Use equipment data to compare idle vs. working time, then move equipment
around to keep it busy.
Idle time tracking can tell you when you
can get by with fewer machines and still
get your work done. It will also help you
see where you need to add a machine to
reduce work bottlenecks.
Bring all your fleet data together in one
place. Getting a big-picture fleet overview
can help you identify duplicated efforts
and inefficient maintenance practices.
Use electronic scheduling to plan service
and maintenance downtime around your
production schedule. Don’t wait for a
machine to break down unexpectedly
and stop your work in its tracks.
Get your operators to pay attention to
in-cab equipment alerts. Quick action by
an operator can help keep a machine out
of the shop and on the job.
With five levels of service to choose from, you get the support you want without paying for services you don’t need.