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F-SYS – Facilities Systematization
The organisation of infrastructure and buildings in systems for the purposes of your technical management according to ManWinWin methodology
ManWinWin Express user manual
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João Marques – Janeiro 2019
Our understanding of a concept is sometimes determined by how it is presented to us. Based on this premise and knowing the daily reality of the maintenance area, Eng. João Nunes Marques, Consultant at ManWinWin Software, launched the article entitled “Brief approach to the relevance of standard definitions for maintenance types and strategies.”
Gil Santos – October 2018
This article by Eng. Gil Santos discusses the investment in maintenance, presenting the Iceberg Model “Total Costs of Maintenance” as a reflection on the consequences of the unrealistic measurement of daily productive activity for organizations.
Hugo Cardoso – September 2018
The article from Eng. Hugo Cardoso demonstrates on the basis of a number of audits carried out to a universe of about 30 organizations in the widest range of activities, the parameters assessed in the audits to the maintenance function conducted by Navaltik Management while simultaneously performing an analysis of the obtained results.
Alexandre Veríssimo – May 2018
The main purpose of the present article is to perform a functional comparison between maintenance management relying on Microsoft Excel® and a CMMS-based system [CMMS: Computerized Maintenance Management System].
José Casimiro Fernandes – April 2018
The physical tagging of equipment is essential to the identification of maintenance equipment. The existence of a physical identification on equipment, or “tag” as it is commonly called, resorting to the use of the new tag systems available on the market, facilitates the performance of a number of tasks involved in the development of the maintenance management procedure…
João Marques – January 2018
This article aims to reflect on the role of the Maintenance Management consultant. It presents the main areas he gets involved in and seeks to provide a model for his state-of-the-art core competencies, thus providing an overview of the specialist consultant profile in this area.
Technical Team – September 2017
In this article, we will analyse what is expected from a CMMS to make it the necessary tool to advance into mobility in maintenance, analyse the process for the implementation of this mobility and go through the advantages of all this…
João Marques / Hugo Cardoso – August 2017
This article has the goal of presenting and analysing the main factors that lead companies from different sectors – industrial, maritime sector, fleet management – and of different dimensions to adopt a CMMS.
Claudia Corniciuc e Alexandre Veríssimo – Março de 2017
The case-study reflects on the primary concerns when implementing a CMMS – questions such as “Maintenance Management and Organization – Why?” or “Implementing a CMMS – Step by Step”…
Technical article about one of the most crucial decisions on maintenance management organization: “Is it more effective to manage maintenance warehouse through ERP or CMMS?”
This approach allows the maintenance manager to hierarchize in a simple way the possible failures for each type of equipment and its components in the organization, to list the possible causes for each failure mode and to set the possible corrective actions.
A technical article about the importance of maintenance management in tough economic times. Written by Ms. Patrícia Correia, CMMS implementation technician at ManWinWin Software.
A technical article with practical suggestions and description of best practices when creating a maintenance plan for any asset. An article written by Mr. André Pina Almeida, CMMS Implementation Technician at ManWinWin Software.
Technical article with useful recommendations for choosing a CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) and describing a set of practical steps that should be followed in any CMMS implementation.