Last week we released a blog on the Effects of Poor Maintenance BoMs. To read that blog, click the button below.
Just to refresh your memory, poor maintenance BoMs can cause difficulty in identifying correct parts to plan, schedule and complete work orders. It can also waste time and increase costs.
For any business, time is money especially for asset-intensive companies. Building better maintenance BoMs can help maintenance personnel save time by being able to identify required parts for a work order.
Misordered parts are expensive. Return and restocking charges add up. Even worse are parts sitting under someone’s desk that aren’t logged into inventory and never get used. Rush orders to get the right part quickly are also expensive.
But the big cost is downtime when work can’t be completed because the right parts weren’t ordered. No one wants to lose revenue because they didn’t order the correct parts.
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