Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
Industrial Press Inc., 1994 - 179 pages
The extensively revised second edition of Terry Wireman's landmark introduction to CMMS has been written to assist anyone investigating the possibility of using a computer in the maintenance function. It provides the information needed to successfully evaluate, select, and implement a system. Readers unfamiliar with the earlier book will discover how progressive companies are using computer programs to achieve cost reduction and control the maintenance of any facility.
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