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What Your Spreadsheets Don’t Tell You
You have all this perfect work order data, so what do you do next? You add all that data to a spreadsheet with the hope that you’ll be able to calculate critical metrics without any errors…
Buried in your EAM system?
If you have a maintenance role at an asset-intensive organization, you are probably aware of the amount of data in your EAM system. Amidst all this data, there are almost certainly gaps and inaccuracies…
EAM migrations can fail for several reasons. Understanding exactly why migrations fail can help your company in doing preventative maintenance. Lack of adequate planning and testing both play apart in migrations failing, but poor quality EAM data is one of the biggest reasons that EAM migration failure can occur.
A system is only as good as the data that’s in it. Cleaning data prior to a migration is critical or else you will not be able to get the results you hope for when migrating over to a new system. Otherwise, your planning, maintenance, operations and asset integrity could all suffer.
Before doing an EAM Migration it’s important to make sure that its master data is fixed beforehand. An EAM migration is the best time to do this since you are transferring your data anyway. By doing so, you will be able to optimize your new EAM system.