The main functionality of checklist action is that the system automatically can create a work order based on the feedback from a checklist.
You can link a checklist action to both a variable and a measurement line. A maintenance worker has a checklist entry where they can evaluate if something is working/not working.
Then depending on the result, have a new work order generated. Furthermore, they can evaluate if something is above/below a certain value.
An example is measuring degrees on a boiler. If below, then they need to heat it up. If above, they need to cool it down.
Tool Crib management is a big part of daily maintenance operations. In order to efficiently execute maintenance work orders and avoid downtime, you need to make sure that the tools needed for the job to be done are available and in the right condition.
Lack of tool availability and poor operating can result in needless delays in completing maintenance work orders. Sometimes it may even lead to critical breakdowns and production stops, which directly impacts your cost control.
The main functionality of Tool crib is to provide an easy management of tools. Its main objective is to keep track of tools and help make sure they are in working order by facilitating easy registration of tool handout and return with the possibility to assess tool state on return and if failed immediately and easily create a repair work order for the tool with a description of the problem.
The main functionality of transfer assets is that you can transfer selected assets and sub-assets to a different legal entity and receive assets from a different legal entity.
The records of the transferred assets remain in the original legal entity, but with a distinct lifecycle state (transferred) and in a special functional location (transferred assets), indicating that they have been transferred away from the original legal entity.
At the same time, new records of the transferred assets are created in new (target) legal entity. Likewise, their lifecycle state and functional location indicate they have been transferred in (received). The transfer process has an internal validation.