- The Equipment Maintenance and Scheduling program may be used as a standalone software
module allowing you to schedule equipment maintenance details independently from
any other accounting modules.
- The equipment you maintain may be your own equipment, equipment rental, a customer's
equipment brought in for servicing or, equipment serviced on a job, a shopping
mall, industrial site, high rise building, apartment building, etc.
- There is no limit to the number of Equipment ID's the module can contain, nor
is there a limit to the number of scheduling and service details.
- The location of equipment may be specified, such as for example, building, floor,
room, drawing number, etc., simplifying the instructions for service employees
performing the actual maintenance.
- If the maintenance schedule is date based, specifying a service frequency interval,
starting date and ending date, will automatically add the required number of schedules
to the schedule table.
- As a preventive equipment maintenance program you may automatically generate a number
of schedules based on user defined parameters, or add schedules as needed.
- In/Out status may be used for equipment rental or to indicate if the equipment
is out in the field or job site.
- A Customer may be specified for each Equipment, including a Job
number to facilitate
retrieving information by Customer or Job, or in case of rental equipment, the location
and customer whom rented or leased to.
- A database is used to select parts or assemblies to be used
at a scheduled service date or metered interval (hours or mileage).
- Use assemblies to specify any number of components to be used for a specific service.
Using a single assembly ID will print all required components on the maintenance
schedule for the service department, without having to enter and list each component
- Costing fields for hours worked and dollar amount may be used to track maintenance
expenses. Expenses may be broken down into several categories.
- User defined service types may be used to indicate the type service required,
for example, use one service type to indicate a weekly service, another service
type for a monthly service, complete overhaul, 100,000 mile service, 1,000 hour
service and so on. A single piece of equipment may be assigned multiple service
types in the scheduling menu, one for each scheduled service.
The master equipment file contain the following details (details not required may
- Current Hours as of date
- Current Mileage as of date
- Customer ID
- Date last serviced
- Equipment ID to 16 characters
- Equipment Tag to 20 characters
- Equipment description to 60 characters
- Equipment type (user defined)
- In or out of shop or unavailable due to repairs
- Job Number and Location Details
- Serial number to 20 characters
- Status (user defined)
- User Defined Tag to 20 characters
- Vehicle ID
- Vehicle Plate number
- Vendor ID
- Service Frequency:
- Twice Annually
- User Defined
- Number of intervals
- Starting date
- Ending date
- Service expiry date
- Different predefined service types may be created for service schedules
to identify the type of service to be performed at a sheduled date,
hours or milage.
- Assembly ID (to specify parts required for servicing)
- The worker assigned to.
- Customer Purchase order Number
- Order Number
- Scheduled Maintenance Date
- Scheduling Notes
- Type of maintenance to be performed by specifying a service type,
You may also specify:
- Equipment Location
- Building ID or Location ID
- Drawing Number
- Job ID
- Room Number
- Service sequence number on job or project
- Route (to indicate a route sequence if equipment is
located at different addresses or locations within a
- Generates Work Orders from Schedules
- Prints Work Orders
- Parts (if required)
- Labor allotted (if required)
- Completed at Date, Hours or Mileage
- Completed Notes
- Completed by...
- Checked by...
- Checked date
- Cost Fields available in the workorder:
- Contract out Repairs
- Labor Amount
- Labor Hours
- Licensing Fees
- An Assembly ID may be assigned to each scheduled service to specify parts or components
required for each scheduled service.
- Assemblies may be generated by specifying any number of components for the assembly.
- An Assembly ID may consists of up to 20 characters.
- Quantity may be specified for each component or parts within the assembly.
- Track mileage by MPG
- Track mileage by L/100km
- Additional information
- Driver ID
- Type of Fuel used. E.g. diesel, regular, premium
- Cost of Fuel
- Fuel Fillup Date
- Trip Type. E.g., local, long distance
- Department ID
- To facilitate equipment tracking equipment details may be retrieved by:
- Customer number, Equipment number, Job number, Serial Number
- A number of reports are available indicating equipment scheduling, complete with
parts required, notes for the service employee, date completed with notes of maintenance
- Equipment lists may be sorted by:
- Customer, Equipment description, Equipment ID, Job Number, Serial Number.
- Details of maintenance history may be kept on file as long as the user requires.
Pricing, additional details and ordering