We looked at our four big-impact, highest-ranked solutions over the past four years. These have a big impact on our company because they require the most effort and generate the most revenue. For our clients, from capital projects to maintenance management, these four solutions address their biggest and most persistent problems. Arguably, Reliability & Risk Assessment stands as its own category.
CMMS Assessments, Improvements, and Implementation
A Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) is something modern facilities and infrastructure owners cannot live without. From asset data to trending performance, a CMMS requires a well-oiled combination of people, processes, IT infrastructure, and leadership.
Over 70% of all CMMS implementations fail to meet expectations.
JD Solomon Inc. uses a proven six-step process that evaluates 15 aspects to select and improve a CMMS. If a new system is desired, we have a six-step process to guide owners through a successful implementation.
PMIS Assessments, Improvements, and Implementation
A Project Management Information System (PMIS), also known as a Project Management System (PMS), is used by project managers to communicate, allocate resources, manage tasks, create schedules, and track progress. A PMIS can be used to manage any type of project, regardless of whether it involves construction. For capital projects, A PMIS also tracks tasks like capital improvement program (CIP) development, prioritization of CIP, funding applications, tracking procurement standards, health and safety monitoring, and managing multiple projects as a program.
A close cousin to a PMIS/PMS is a Construction Management System (CMS). Both help manage projects. However, a CMS is specifically designed for construction-related aspects of a project, such as site preparation, material procurement, permits during the construction phase, submittal reviews, and pay applications.
Most owners significantly underutilize the features of their project management systems.
An efficient and effective combination of combination of people, processes, IT infrastructure, and leadership is required for success. JD Solomon Inc. uses a proven five-step process that evaluates 12 aspects for assessing, selecting, and improving PMIS.
Our assessment tools include a standard questionnaire, an audience response system (ASR), a preference polling application, and a 15-topic functionality survey (with 3 to 8 questions for each functionality) to evaluate the desired future state.
Operations & Maintenance Program Improvements
Our O&M program improvements break into traditional O&M Assessments and more niche Reliability & Risk Assessments.
Our standard O&M assessments cover eight focus areas and 80 separate O&M elements. The approach includes Organizational Readiness, Data Management, Work Management, Maintenance Practices, Operations Practices, Inventory Management, Planning & Scheduling, and Metrics & Performance
Reliability and Risk Assessments
JD Solomon Inc. uses a seven-step reliability assessment solution. The approach includes establishing the problem statement, verifying & forecasting future stresses, establishing the system condition & asset performance history, performing systems reliability analysis, evaluating the ability to predict or accept the risk associated with potential reliability shortfalls, determining repair or replacement alternatives, and documenting reliability improvement actions.
Most facilities and infrastructure systems deviate significantly from their basis-of-designs.
For Reliability Strategic Plans, we have a standard approach that includes Organization Structure & Context, Governance, Facilities & Reliability Management, Maintenance & Reliability Subprocesses, Documentation Requirements, Deficiency Management, Resolution & Mitigation, Competency Management & Training, Measurement & Verification, and Documentation Control.
For Risk Management Plans, we use the ISO 31000 framework that includes Organization Context, Risk Assessment, Risk Treatment, Monitoring & Review, and Communication.
Work Order System Improvement
Improving preventative, corrective, and emergency work order practices is at the core of work order system management. Most of our services are directed at improving preventative maintenance (PM), including development, enhancement, optimization, and load leveling. Our second largest service is related to establishing and improving predictive maintenance (PdM) programs.
Most organizations struggle with the difference between processes, procedures, and what is actually done in the field.
Our Solutions Biggest Impact Solutions
These are our four big-impact, highest-ranked solutions over the past four years. Please find more information on a website on the larger suite of solutions we provide related to Program Development, Asset Management, Facilitation, and Environmental. And remember to check out our Insights, where we regularly post helpful content on topics in each category.