Gauge, a leading provider of innovative cloud-based asset management solutions for various industries, announces the launch of its next-generation Work-Order Maintenance 2.0 System, an automated maintenance scheduling system that streamlines fleet maintenance operations and processes.
It's a giant undertaking – planning, scheduling, and tracking maintenance for fleet operators. Unexpected equipment failures decrease overall production and profitability, and the lack of visibility makes it challenging for companies to operate at their optimal level. Gauge's new Work-Order Maintenance System solves these issues. It was developed with feedback from customers to address what’s important to shop foremen and mechanics in the field.
"One of the biggest challenges we see in the industry is implementing and maintaining a proper preventive maintenance program. In response, we created a streamlined scheduling and work-order system that enables companies to quickly implement straightforward preventative maintenance and inspection schedules allowing them to take the guesswork out of what’s due and when," says Mike Paredes, President of Gauge. "Helping companies proactively plan, prioritize and track all repairs and maintenance, increases equipment uptime and lowers overall operating costs.”
Key features and functions include:
Direct integration with OEM and third-party telematics systems, the Work-Order Maintenance 2.0 System is intuitive, user-friendly, customizable, and compatible with any web browser, tablets, or smartphones. No matter the size of the fleet, Gauge's Work-Order Maintenance System makes operations run more efficiently leading to lower equipment operating costs.
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