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The Trouble-Free Guide to Upgrading Your CMMS [Infographic]

| August 2, 2016 | By

“I’ve had it!”

Your senior engineer marches into your office. “We need a new system, yesterday,” Mike asserts.

You look at him for a moment and begin responding, “Do you know…”

“Yes, I know how much time it’ll take to extract the current data and move all the equipment, materials, and vendors to a new system,” he interrupts.

Mike has been advocating for a new CMMS for several months now. You’ve been holding out because you know the demands of a project of this magnitude.

But, today you’re going to get behind it. It’s time for an upgrade.

You’re going to move to a new CMMS.

“OK, Mike, you’re going to take the lead on this monumental project,” you say. “Do you know where to start,” you ask.

“I certainly do. I found ISS 24/7’s trouble-free guide on upgrading from our legacy system,” he answers.

He already printed out the infographic that outlines the key considerations when making the move – and how to do it successfully. Mike passes you the paper.

“It’s time to get started,” he says as he walks out of your office.

Use this infographic to relieve a lot of the stress and adverse effects associated with making the move to a new solution. Follow the steps we outline, and refer to the Roadmap to reap the benefits of a progressive system for years to come.



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A troublesome transition is the last thing any maintenance team needs or wants. You’ve probably been stalling your move to a new CMMS because you don’t know where to start.

We get it; you’re inundated by the daily pressures of running your maintenance department. It’s hard to see the forest through the trees. You’ve got work orders and preventive maintenance up to your head – who has time to look at the big picture?

Use this guide to help you accomplish the ‘big picture’ expertly. It’s time to expand Proactive Operations to your maintenance operation. Let’s get started!

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