Ultimo makes sure that maintenance at Eneco's is done on time.
Supply energy when there is a demand AND provide the best service possible. These are the challenges Eneco faces. Eneco started working with the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) by Ultimo in 2011, to provide the best service they can. They use it for their sites Eneco Bio Golden Raand in Delfzijl, The Netherlands and Eneco Gasspeicher in Gronau-Epe, Germany.
Workflow maintenance in Ultimo
Eneco required a system that could be linked to various interfaces to support its maintenance workflow. Johan Heethuis, maintenance engineer at Eneco, manages these maintenance processes. And uses the Maintenance Management System of Ultimo. “We primarily use the system for preventive and scheduled maintenance as well as corrective maintenance,” Heethuis says. Ultimo means that maintenance is on time. “To avoid forgetting certain tasks we use the best designed preventive maintenance model in the software. This means that the execution is timely and we do not face unnecessary costs or suffer damages.
- An external audit, by the IGJ or certifying bodies, can demonstrate compliance with the requirements of the Medical Technology Covenant.
- Annual savings of 130 to 160 man hours.
- No more double entry of maintenance and test data.
- Maintenance work can no longer be forgotten with active notifications to Logic Medical’s medical technicians.