Introduction of CMMS


Developing a mechanized program for maintenance of space and equipment of service delivery offices- CMMS

What is CMMS?


Computerized Maintenance Management System means "Mechanized Net Management System". In many industries, due to the large number of equipment and machinery and the high volume of activities related to the Net Organization, it is difficult to follow the affairs and activities manually and on paper. Therefore, this problem can be overcome by using a software or paperless system. In addition, some statistical analysis (including net performance evaluation factors) is possible only by using a software system and a computer.

A software system maintains and repairs equipment and services of the organization, since it provides a real and up-to-date picture of the hardware situation and repairs of the complex. So, it leads to a more realistic analysis of existing facilities and helps managers to make more effective decision, especially in the field Informatics and management services.

The main goal of the maintenance system is to optimize the capabilities of the machines, in order to achieve maximum production and reduce erosion and damage.


This system provides mechanized management of maintenance and repair processes and includes the following:


  • Managing the organization's financial resources in the field of maintenance and repairs
  • Managing maintenance and repair planning
  • Managing preventive maintenance and repairs
  • Managing emergency maintenance and repairs
  • Managing agendas
  • Managing and controlling operational and non-operational status of equipment
  • Managing control of backup contractors
  • Managing parts, materials and human resources, maintenance and repair of equipment
  • Organizing periodic and preventive visits
  • Documenting works efficiently


Other Goals:


  • Increasing the useful life of physical assets (machinery and equipment)
  • Ensuring the most economical conditions for the use of physical assets (machinery and equipment)
  • Ensuring the readiness of emergency equipment
  • Creating safety
  • Creating a technical archive
  • Checking out and analyzing technically and economically
  • Reducing costs (energy, wages, etc.)
  • Reducing stop time
  • Increasing the quality of equipment efficiency
  • How to prevent waste
  • Establishing order in repairs and standardizing executive steps
  • Preparing safety and personal protection instructions