You find something that needs fixing or replacing every time you walk to another department.
“Our ability to keep this property looking good shouldn’t rest only on us,” you tell Chris, your senior engineer.
He shrugs and nods in agreement.
But he doesn’t appear to have a solution or even a thought-provoking response to your statement.
You sit on his desk for a few minutes to think.
“How do we leverage all of the departments and staff to help keep this place up to snuff?” you say aloud.
Chris responds nonchalantly, “maybe we should look into a new CMMS…,” and then continues his paperwork.
You pause to process what he said.
But, before you can respond, Chris chimes back in.
“Our current system is so outdated that we’re still doing everything on paper. How could we expect anyone else to play along and bring us work requests?” he asks.
You know he’s right.
You’ve been using the same system since you started here 14 years ago.
Yes, your team knows the cumbersome system so well.
But it’s halting your efficiency.
The system is forcing your team to manage and file large stacks of documentation.
That’s only the start of your problems.
Your property’s other departments don’t bother submitting work requests because the paperwork takes too long.
It’s not a priority to them unless it personally affects their performance.
Does this sound familiar?
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