Extend the life of your building and its assets with data-driven maintenance scheduling. Maintenance schedules house the frequency in which preventive work orders are generated along with detailed instructions, the location of the task, documented shutdown procedures, and assets or buildings associated with the task.
Once a maintenance schedule is created, work orders will be automatically generated whenever a task needs to be completed. AkitaBox uses industry standards to create PM schedules, determine how often the work order should be generated, what time of year the work order should generate and how long the work order should remain open before it’s considered overdue.
Each maintenance schedule can be assigned to a specific team member or team, then prioritized and categorized to help facility managers understand where they are spending the most and least amount of their time. You can also easily filter between preventive and reactive maintenance tasks, adding another layer of prioritization for your team.
When a preventive maintenance task is due, the assigned technician will receive an in-app notification as well as an email alerting them of the task. These notifications along with an easy-to-navigate dashboard will allow your team to keep track of new versus existing tasks.
The reporting tab gives you quick insight into the average number of hours being spent on a work order, average number of work orders completed per day, average work order duration and much more. You can also switch between the reactive and preventive work order tabs to see how these statistics vary by type of maintenance, trade and assignee.
If you’re short on time and need help getting your preventive maintenance program off the ground, our team of experts can take the lead. From schedule frequency to the description of the task, AkitaBox will create a preventive maintenance program for your team that follows industry standards and best practices using data sets from the leading provider of facility and construction cost data.