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Software Simplifies Maintenance Scheduling and Reporting

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The eNetMD maintenance dashboard is designed to simplify shop maintenance scheduling and reporting.

The eNetMD maintenance dashboard has been released by eNet, designed to simplify shop maintenance scheduling and reporting. The customizable software is hosted on-site, with a streamlined design intended not to stress local networks. It is designed to minimize maintenance-related machine downtime on the shop floor by enabling users to better organize their maintenance program.

A real-time maintenance dashboard enables full visibility of machine maintenance needs throughout the whole organization. As the company puts it, the system was designed alongside customers to provide CMMS tools without the clutter of unnecessary extras found in some legacy CMMS systems. It can schedule or prioritize maintenance needs, including weekly, monthly and yearly preventive maintenance projects. The system also offers an email server with automated notifications to improve communication within maintenance departments.

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