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Cloud-based maintenance system introduced

Maritime software provider Hanseaticsoft has launched a new web-based planned maintenance system called Cloud Maintenance, to assist in centrally planning and prioritising maintenance jobs across a fleet.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}The software dashboard provides the user with a range of relevant maintenance management data at log-in. As the system is Cloud-based no software installation is required, allowing crews to collaborate with office staff within the same platform.

Cloud Maintenance also features a cash flow planning option which provides statements about how jobs are distributed, the resources required for each, and what costs are involved.

“Planned maintenance systems can be confusing and impractical to use. Cloud Maintenance aims to change this with an easy to use web-based system that enables companies to manage and keep on top of planned maintenance jobs, approval processes, have more accurate cash flow planning and better categorising and distribution of jobs,” said Alexander Buchmann, managing director of Hanseaticsoft.

“Companies can now plan maintenance work centrally, precisely and according to requirements. The system divides jobs into critical and non-critical to help companies identify which jobs are class-relevant and of high priority.”

“To avoid peaks, Cloud Maintenance also offers dynamic planning, so that jobs can be rescheduled at short notice, ensuring jobs are distributed evenly, which leads to greater efficiency.”

Cloud Maintenance is the latest addition to Cloud Fleet Manager, Hanseaticsoft’s broader web-based platform for fleet management.{/mprestriction}

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