Once you find the right CMMS product to work for your business using Part 1 and Part 2 of our 7 part CMMS Expert Series, you're ready to begin the integration process. Before you jump right in however, it's important to develop a strategy to your integration as this can make or break your software's ultimate success.
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Deciding the right direction to take to properly integrate your system into your business process may seem simple at first. However, with varying degrees of support services that you can purchase and a variety of factors that may affect the successful outcome of your setup, this process may be more difficult than formerly thought. Without giving enough thought to setup, organizations may find themselves unable to get their system off the ground, a key factor in CMMS failure. Many clients don’t understand the work involved in first setting up a system properly and then integrating it into their daily business processes. Potential pitfalls await organizations who haven’t supplied a generous budget to integration, who haven’t dedicated an internal staff resource to oversee the setup process, and who haven’t solidified a reasonable implementation timeline.
In this section we breakdown the primary elements of the three main types of CMMS setup; Self Setup, Partial Service Setup, and Full Service Setup. Learn price approximations, implementation timelines and more when you download the Setup Type breakdown guideline.
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