Help Your People Do More

Equipment management adds insight to people management.

Any equipment management program has to take into account the skills of the people most aware of the needs of the machine—the operators. Equipment data accessible through VisionLink helps you see when machines are being misused and which operators may need more training. And by precisely tracking service and maintenance schedules, you can make sure your service personnel stay busy without becoming overtasked.

You might also want to let your Cat® dealer handle some of your service and maintenance needs for you, freeing up your time and valuable people resources for other things. EM Services is ready to help your people to contribute even more to your success every day.

Interested in learning how equipment management can help in other areas of your business?

How do I reduce the costs of running my equipment? Control Costs
What can I do to get more done each day? Improve Operations
How do I work around everyday uncertainties? Reduce Risk

Cat® customer David Martinez describes how he uses Cat equipment management technology to track machine locations over multiple job sites to ensure that they're being operated by authorized personnel.

3 New Ways to Manage Your Operators | Caterpillar®

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The data generated by your equipment gives you new ways to monitor the skills and efficiency of your operators. Here are four ways to use machine data to help them work more efficiently and take better care of your valuable equipment.

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How You Can Use Equipment Managment to Improve Margins

The cyclical nature of the construction industry makes maintaining margins a constant challenge. One way to combat the many pressures facing your business is through effective equipment management. It can do a lot to reduce costs, boost efficiency and substantially improve your bottom line.

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Smooth Operators Save You Money | Caterpillar®

Smooth Operators Save You Mone

Smooth, controlled machine operation is easier on your equipment and fuel bills. Proper operating techniques improve fuel efficiency while reducing wear and tear on engines, transmissions, tires and undercarriage. Plus (and a big plus), they improve jobsite safety.

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