Workorder Management allows you to keep your work processes under control from start to finish.
Its principal characteristics are as follows:
- It ensures the control of workflow from start to finish;
- It displays the workorder history (approval – commencement – completion – closing plans – those realised);
- It automatically calculates the costs of work;
- It enables detailed planning and the tracking of work which has not been appointed;
- Workorders related to equipment can be reached;
- It creates workorders from work requests;
- It stores files connected to work;
- It prepares certificates.
It monitors the stages of the work due to the workorder history. It automatically calculates the spare parts and supplier expenditures and labour costs. It provides observations in connection with whether the procedural steps required to be adhered to during the performance of the work have been undertaken or not. It plans the notification stages related to the SLA applications, the creation or removal of a work plan and safety plans, the display of costs related to service requests, and assignments, and ensures the tracking and management of unassigned works as a result of detailed planning.
The organisation records the demand for work received from users as “Work Requests”, and creates “Workorders” from these. It enables definitions such as ‘priority, physical status, and type of fault’ to be made.
It allows the digital copies of maintenance and calibration templates to be uploaded on to the system, thereby permitting remote access. It prepares the legally required certificates on completion of the work and prevents financial losses.
With its flexible structure it shortens the intervention time to problems, and facilitates the tracking of work requests and workorders.