An introduction to automatic computers by Ned Chapin

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Total estimated cost. This is sum of estimated material, labor, and out- side costs. 12 Work order material. 20 Chapter Two Total cost. This is the sum of actual material, labor, and outside costs. Total cost is computed after the job is completed. You go through a process of initiating, approving, completing, and closing a WO. Typically, WOs can be closed individually or as a batch. Batch completion allows you to select a number of WOs and close them with one touch of key. WO completion. You should be able to track both planned and unplanned downtime.

See Fig. 21. Unit of measure. , each, gallon, feet, and rolls). Quantity that represents the ROP for this part number. When the quantity on hand falls at or below the reorder level, you should order more parts. Reorder level. 21 Parts location. Overview of CMMS Quantity allocated. 29 The quantity reserved for various jobs. Transfers. Easy transfer functionality should be provided between locations if you have multiple stockrooms. Vendor. Stores useful information for each vendor associated with this part, for example, lead-time, manufacturer part number, unit price, and reorder quantity.

During an inspection or maintenance job, workers’ devices can access data from the CMMS, or upload collected data. This wireless exchange is free if you own the access points and LAN. Ideally, mobile devices that can switch easily between “always on” wide-area wireless, WiFi and cradle data syncing without losing data in the process are the best options. You can control costs, communication efficiency improves, field workers can operate most effectively, and the office staff can manage both the data and the workers better.

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