What is a Computerized Maintenance Management System?
Computerized maintenance management system or CMMS for short, keeps a database of maintenance operations to aid the workers to keep track of what equipment needs maintenance or which stockrooms have the replacement parts they require. It aids the management by analyzing machine breakdown repair costs over preemptive maintenance.
the difference between manual system and computerized system is manual system is too difficult to organize the data, and also has so Marney duplicate data, and also non-updated, out of search the previous data or record, computerized data system is also updated system and new version, you can able to manage Essie and flaxible that is the different.
The term MIS or Management Information Systems is basically referring to the system that is used for managing (in this case) a bank or banks daily transactions. It is a term coined to represent management of information whether it be a bank or your own household budget, but refers mainly to (again in this case), computerized accounting. However, MIS can represent a corporations computerized system that handles all information for and about the corporation.
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