ATMA Computerized Maintenance Management System

CMMS are utilized by facilities maintenance organizations to record, manage and communicate their day-to-day operations. The system can provide reports used in managing the organization's resources, preparing facilities key performance indicators (KPIs)/metrics to use in evaluating the effectiveness of the current operations and for making organizational and personnel decisions. In today's maintenance world the CMMS is an essential tool for the modern facilities maintenance organization.

ATMA Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) designed to optimize the management of deferred maintenance and capital improvement activities throughout the Service by using standardized procedures to document and prioritize field facility and equipment needs and to report accomplishments. It is a management tool for planning and budgeting deferred maintenance, capital improvement, equipment repair and replacement. The Primary Objectives are

  1. Manages Maintenance needs of different class of assets like Machinery, Furniture, IT assets, Bio-medical equipment
  2. Work order driven workflow
  3. Track work requests assigned to vendors
  4. Maintain spares and issue against work orders
  5. Supports asset management across multiple locations
  6. Transfer of assets between departments and locations
  7. Assessment of damage and initiate claims process
  8. Initiate process for decommission / Sale / Scrap of assets
  9. Auto work requests creation for preventive maintenance tasks
  10. Issue returnable gatepass for sending assets out of the premises
  11. Contract maintenance for assets or group of assets
  12. Insurance coverage, premiums and claims

Benefits of ATMA CMMS

Less work outages: because it is easy to do preventive maintenance, there are less surprise breakdowns.
Better accountability: you can see if a technician did their work on time, and get alerted when a task is complete.
Less overtime: better scheduling of work means that your team isn't sitting idle or working overtime, work can be distributed evenly.
Information capture: technicians can record problems and solutions, so this information is in writing - not just in their head.
Savings on purchases: inventory planning features give you the time to shop around for spare-time pricing, instead of having to buy in a hurry.
Certification & analysis: a full record of assets and performance helps managers analyze energy usage and plan maintenance spend.