Work Management Optimization

Improved Productivity and Efficiency; 

Reduced Costs and Chaos

A well-functioning work management process is not departmentally siloed and requires adoption and acceptance from the whole organization.  The purpose is to identify needed work early, plan, schedule, execute, and document results in the most efficient and effective way possible.  Full integration of system, data, and tool capabilities can drive significant productivity improvements in this space.  Specific benefits include:

  • Increases in Asset Availability and Equipment Reliability

  • Drives Reliability Centered Maintenance

  • Increases Mean Time Between Failure

  • Reduces Labor Overtime 

  • Reduces External Contractor Needs

  • Reduces Outage Time

  • Reduces Emergency Work

  • Prioritizes Work Based on Needs

Get in touch to learn more about how to achieve these benefits.

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By: Brett Nicholson - i3 Consulting
October 20, 2020
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