CMMS software is designed to make your facility more efficient. By simply implementing and utilizing CMMS software you’ll see an increase in productivity and a decrease in costs, but these benefits are just scratching the surface of what you can achieve.
Reporting and analytics capabilities in the system make it possible to track CMMS KPIs such as those listed below, giving you insightful feedback on your facility’s performance. Use CMMS software to track these 8 KPIs and make informed maintenance decisions that take your facility to the next level.
CMMS KPIs for Equipment Performance
MTBF (Mean time between failures): Tracking this KPI allows you to create a data-driven preventive maintenance plan that anticipates equipment failure before it occurs.
- = (total working time – total breakdowns time) / # of breakdowns
PMP (Planned maintenance percentage): A healthy percentage is 80-90% planned, 10-20% unplanned maintenance.
- = # of planned maintenance hours / # of total maintenance hours
OEE (Overall equipment effectiveness): Overall equipment effectiveness is a metric used to track the efficiency of equipment.
- = Availability x Performance x Quality
- Availability = operating real time / planned time
- Performance = real speed / planned speed
- Quality = valid pieces / total pieces produced
Maintenance cost variance: Tracking this metric allows you to make more accurate predictions regarding maintenance budget.
- = Actual cost of maintenance – Budgeted cost of maintenance
CMMS KPIs for Team Performance
Wrench time: Wrench time tracks the time your technicians spend working on equipment. Wrench time, and consequently productivity, increase with preventive maintenance.
- Before planning and scheduling
- 70% unproductive time
- 30% productive time
- After planning and scheduling
- 55% unproductive time
- 45% productive time
MTTR (Mean time to repair): This KPI gives you insight to the pace at which your technicians are working and can help you schedule maintenance more effectively.
- = total maintenance time / # of repairs
Work order backlog: Work order backlog is a count of all unattended work order requests. This KPI is a great way to see a quick understanding of the efficiency of your facility.
- Your total backlog should be no more than 4 weeks.
Completed work orders: Completed work orders allow you to understand the pace at which your facility moves through work orders and the productivity of individual staff members.
- Implementing a CMMS increases completed work orders by 62%
Optimize your operations
FMX’s CMMS software enables you to streamline processes, increase asset productivity, and turn actionable insights into meaningful results.