CMMS is not a Four-Letter Word

With implementation failure rates ranging from 50% to 80%, it is no wonder that many may consider “CMMS” a four-letter word. In my experience, I have seen numerous failed Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) implementations or very slow implementations (some of you are nodding in agreement…). Additionally, I have rarely seen an organization robustly using […]

CMMS: Realizing the Value

Published in the March/April 2014 edition of IFMA’s Facility Management Journal (FMJ) Follow the this link to read about my recommendations for selecting, implementing, and utilizing a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS).

How Poor Water Quality Can Damage a Facility Infrastructure and How to Address It!

By Bill Berryman Many water quality reports from city water departments and water treatment service providers that provide chemical injection  for your HVAC  Chilled Water Plants will in some cases produce reports that say your water quality is adequate and would not cause any issues to your systems.  This is not always the case as […]