Computerized Maintenance Management System (ANDROS)

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System Details

ANDROS is a Computerized Maintenance Management System that helps increase profitability through optimized asset utilization, improved asset life, and reduced maintenance costs. ANDROS streamlines the maintenance process by managing work requests, scheduling recurring maintenance, purchasing, and allocation of personnel and inventory to maximize airport maintenance budgets.

ANDROS enables quick work request submission, work order tracking, cost allocation, and reporting to reduce maintenance costs and improve FAA, ICAO, and OSHA compliance. ANDROS is custom-designed to meet the specific needs of each airport. The system enables them to keep pace with the increasingly demanding airport business.

ANDROS Overview

  • Work Request Module: Configurable access levels to enable employees and tenants to submit work requests only
  • Work Order Module: Prioritize and schedule maintenance tasks and recurring work orders
  • Dashboard Analytics: Real-time data analytics of pending/completed work requests/orders with drill-down capability
  • Reporting Module: Standard and custom reports of critical data for budgeting, staffing, performance metrics, and FAA/ICAO compliance

Key Benefits

  • Comply with FAA and ICAO maintenance audits and reporting procedures
  • User-friendly interface
  • Deploy airport maintenance resources and work orders efficiently
  • Manage maintenance budgeting, planning and forecasting effectively

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Additional Subject Information

Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) are critical to airport operations. CMMS assists airports with maintenance processes by managing work requests, scheduling recurring maintenance, allocating personnel, tracking labor hours, cost and more. Without an efficient CMMS in place, an airport can quickly lose track of pending work orders, maintenance requests and recurring maintenance that are all critical functions in maintaining an airport. With a well-executed CMMS, an airport can avoid overlooking work orders and gaps in recurring maintenance. CMMS can also make an airport be more environmentally friendly by eliminating the need for tracking maintenance information with paper.

Benefits to Maintenance Management

  • Automatic scheduling of recurring maintenance
  • Track associated maintenance costs
  • Visualizing maintenance data via charts and graphs
  • Reduce work order aging
  • Assign work orders to specific individuals for heightened accountability
  • Track labor hours and allocation of resources

Signs That an Airport Needs Maintenance Management Software

  • Airport lacks the ability to track and analyze maintenance costs
  • Difficulty maintaining airport assets in an efficient and comprehensive manner
  • Difficulty allocating work efficiently to maintenance personnel
  • Lack of transparency in maintenance and labor costs
  • Increasing backlog of aging work orders
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