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Maintenance, Repair, and Operations with DEACOM ERP Software

Maintenance, Repair, and Operations (MRO)

Effectively plan and schedule your business’s MRO requirements all within a single-system ERP

Keep your manufacturing business running smoothly

Maintenance, Repair, and Operations is used to describe the process and activities relating to the repair and scheduled maintenance of equipment. With a direct impact on the production processes and order fulfillment capabilities, tight control over these aspects of your business can improve equipment longevity and performance. MRO planning in DEACOM provides several benefits to customers including lower part and labor costs, minimized downtime, and enhanced scheduling capability.

 

Deacom’s MRO solution offers manufacturers the tools needed to schedule maintenance and assign the appropriate costs required to efficiently maintain equipment and facilities. Scheduled maintenance times are integrated with the DEACOM master production calendar and provide the ability to plan and schedule both production and maintenance work in one, centralized location.

MRO Management in DEACOM software

 

Deacom's approach to MRO

Unlike other third-party solutions, Deacom’s MRO functionality is not a bolt-on — it's built directly into our single-system ERP software. Doing so provides better visibility, reliability, and ultimately more efficient operations.



MRO scheduling

Apply production job details to take advantage of more accurate and optimized scheduling capabilities

 

MRO forecasting

Leverage MRP to accurately forecast and plan for inventory demands on parts required for MRO activities

 

MRO Cost Reporting

Access to real-time maintenance cost data for reporting purposes within the accounting management tools

 

 

 

 

Forecast spending | Manage disruptions | Reduce business impact

 

MRO part management in DEACOM ERP software

 

 

The DEACOM MRO capabilities that support your manufacturing needs include:

  • Track hourly equipment running costs, maintenances expenses, and equipment depreciation
  • Assign maintenance task priorities used for scheduling purposes
  • Use bills of materials to define the parts, steps, or activities needed to maintain a piece of production equipment
  • Create maintenance budgets that assist with overall cost accounting
  • Conduct MRO analysis and reporting on things such as job details and job material cost details
  • Create routings that indicate the maintenance that are to be performed, together with the number of workers and hours required to perform the maintenance or repair
  • Define maintenance recurrence by calendar days, hours used, manual, quantity produced, or metered
  • Track readings for meter reading tasks
  • Setup different inventory accounts for maintenance stock items and parts, and gain visibility to them within MRP