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The new imaso Maintenance software meets the latest standards in technology and design and scores particularly highly in terms of user-friendliness and simplicity. Given how complex maintenance operations can be, that's certainly no bad thing. After all, ad hoc repairs need to be completed as quickly as possible, appointments organized, contracts managed, agreements with third-party companies met and communication guaranteed between different departments. On top of all that, there are warehouses and spare parts to be managed as well. The most important task, however, is to keep production downtimes to an absolute minimum.

In the future, servicing, inspections and repairs will all be reported, scheduled and documented centrally using the new imaso Maintenance software, enabling companies to identify system-specific weaknesses and analyze and document breakdown risks. Thanks to its modular design, this software can be flexibly tailored to the needs of the user. The following modules are on show at HANNOVER MESSE 2019 in addition to the basic program - planning, analysis, spare parts store, personnel planning and condition monitoring. This new software is designed to provide the database needed to create transparency and efficiency, thereby reducing costs. Building on this basis, other areas can be effectively integrated, and systems such as the in-house MES or an ERP system can be linked in, thus laying the foundations for complex analyses and state-of-the-art predictive maintenance processes.