What is the business case for reliability and maintenance in your company? Our Business Case Estimator provides exactly that.
Cost-cutting is on everyone’s mind, especially now when we are faced with a global scale crisis. No business is untouched and many are suffering. Staying alive is a priority, staying profitable is also imperative or there is no point being in business. Being profitable in the long term is even more important for a sustainable business.
Where are you spending too much? Finding the answer requires a bit of digging. Maintenance is often a pain point. We have inefficiencies in maintenance execution and sometimes the work we are doing isn’t even all that effective. No matter the effort we apply, reliability remains a problem – too many breakdowns.
We all want zero breakdowns. Can we get there? How far can we slash maintenance costs? Maybe there is fat, maybe there isn’t. How do you know? The maintainers will always argue they are too lean. The accountants will always ask for more. Who’s right.
We have worked with hundreds of companies on exactly these issues. There are some patterns that we know to watch for. The first step is to know if you have a problem at all. Try our “Maintenance and Reliability Maturity Assessment” tool – it’s absolutely FREE. Answer its questions honestly while using the definitions we’ve provided for inputs. They may not be exactly the same as those used by your own maintainers and reliability staff. It shouldn’t take you much effort to convert your own data to meet our definitions. Get your result – Red, Yellow, Green?
If your result isn’t in the green zone, then you may want to take the next step to find out the size of the opportunity if you choose to make improvements. Improvements will come in the form of maintenance efficiencies and the effectiveness of your maintenance program. Many engineers and managers in the R&M world can tell you that there is an opportunity, but few can estimate what it is worth to your business.
We’ve created an online tool to help you find that answer. That tool, our “Business Case Estimator”, will estimate your potential for cost savings in maintenance, revenue, and other positive financial impacts of more reliable operation.
The price for that is only: $(US) 3,500. Getting those numbers from a consulting engagement with a major firm will easily cost you close to $50,000, so this is a bargain!
If you want to know what actions you can take to capture the value that is estimated, then we can also consult with you on the results
Still not convinced? Have a read of this blog article (click here) and you’ll get a good idea of what the estimator can do for you.