Cmms Essay

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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
DEPARTMENT OF QUALITY AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 (BPJ 33A3)

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COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS “CMMS”

Table of Contents

Enterprise resource planning 5 ERP is short for enterprise resource planning 6 ERP Software Modules 6 Origin of "ERP” 7 Functional areas covered in “ERP” 7 Integrations 8 What is the basic structure of a good ERP solution? 9 Need for Enterprise Resource Planning - Why ERP? 11 ERP Overview 12 Why ERP 14 Selection Criteria of ERP 14 Implementation of ERP 15
CMMS 16 Work orders and CMMS 16 Inventory control and CMMS 17 Functions of CMMS 19 CMMS process flow 19 The
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ERP systems automate this activity with an integrated software application. The purpose of ERP is to facilitate the flow of information between all business functions inside the boundaries of the organization and manage the connections to outside stakeholders.[1] Enterprise system software constitutes a multi-billion dollar industry that produces components to support a variety of business functions. IT investments have grown to be the largest category of capital expenditures in United States-based businesses over the past decade. Enterprise systems are complex software packages that offer the potential of integrating data and processes across functions in an enterprise; the main example is ERP systems. Organizations consider the ERP system to be their backbone and a vital tool for organizational excellence because it integrates varied organizational systems, and enables flawless transactions and production. However, an ERP system is radically different from traditional systems development. [2] ERP systems can run

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