- Key information for evaluating and implementing computerized work management systems (CWMS)
- Practical applications and benefits for water, wastewater, electrical, and other utilities
- Money and time-saving methods using readily available technology
This book shows how new computerized technologies can be used to create more cost-effective work management–and improved asset management. The author, an expert in helping firms derive savings and efficiencies from computerized work management, demonstrates step-by-step the justification, selection, and implementation of CWM systems. Using examples from a wide variety of installations, the book gives managers the know-how to make the right decisions in applying CWMS techniques. Case studies and troubleshooting guidelines are included for managers and maintenance professionals in water, wastewater, electrical generation, solid waste, and other public facilities.