The dashboard is your starting point when you login to custodian™ CMMS. At a glance you can see if there are any upcoming planned maintenance events – unresolved issues that might need further attention – or any new issues that need to be acknowledged.
There are 5 different user roles in custodian™. You’ll see how these different roles interact later in the Workflow tutorial. For now, here’s what you need to know …
Hierarchy of Places To understand how facilities and places should be organized in custodian … we’ll start with SITEs. SITES In the Custodian™ hierarchy of places, a SITE is a …
Repairing assets. Maintaining assets. Deploying assets. Re-locating, Repairing, and Retiring assets. But what is an asset?
Now that you’ve setup your company details, users, locations, and assets – you’re ready to start using custodian™. Before you dive in – let’s take a few minutes to understand the Reactive Maintenance workflow.
Custodian™ CMMS is a powerful communications tool that makes it easy for users to report equipment breakdowns in the workplace. For clarity, we refer to any breakdown or problem as an “ISSUE”.
Healthcare facilities need a reliable software solution to keep critical infrastructures – such as computer networks, medical equipment, HVAC, etc. – operational with minimal downtime.
The asset management features in custodian™ CMMS are versatile enough to work for all sorts of industries. Even the hospitality sector can benefit from using custodian™ CMMS – to keep hotels and resorts running smoothly.
By substantially cutting maintenance costs and keeping productivity consistent, businesses can expect an appreciable ROI in little time with custodian™ CMMS.
The reactive maintenance function enables users to report breakdowns quickly and easily from any location with Internet access (using either WiFi or mobile data).
With custodian™ CMMS, supervisors can get instant notifications of equipment failure, helping to keep costs and downtime at a minimum.