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Posted Tuesday, June 14, 2016
CMMS is an acronym for Computerized Maintenance Management System. Computerized: The entire system will be automated and will maintain a database of information on the company requirements, historical records, and future schedules. If built in the cloud, the program may be accessed from any WiFi-enabled device. Maintenance: The system is specifically used to manage the preventative and reactive maintenance requirements of any facility. … [CONTINUE]
Posted Thursday, May 12, 2016
At the heart of any successful business are diligent and empowered people. As a business owner or manager, you are squarely responsible for running a profitable enterprise, but the hard fact is that most of your front line employees do not share your responsibility or your passion. They came to you solely because they needed a paycheck, they stay with you because you have a… [CONTINUE]
Posted Monday, May 2, 2016
Coba Enterprise Management has launched an amazing, new website! Coba-EM.com contains all you need to know about our Hotel Maintenance Software– Coba CMMS ©, our company and our commitment to the hospitality industry. The site also provides several ways to get in touch with us through contact forms or various social media outlets. CHECK OUT THE FEATURE PAGE. Highlights of Work Order Mobility, Preventative Maintenance,… [CONTINUE]
Posted Thursday, April 28, 2016
While the hotel industry has adopted such technologies as Trip Advisor, Priceline, Medallia, Sales Force, Electronic Key systems and web-based PMS systems, to better enhance their overall operation, the majority of hotel Maintenance Departments are still working with paper. Since the maintenance engineers are the primary caretakers of a hotel’s single marketable product AND improper maintenance of a hotel can cost thousands of dollars per… [CONTINUE]
Posted Monday, April 18, 2016
Definition: Musculoskeletal disorders refer to injuries of the muscles, ligaments and other soft tissues in the back, neck, shoulders, wrists and knees. Housekeepers report much higher MSDs than the average employee, due to the type of work they perform, the repetition and duration of the type of work performed, and the time limits placed on them to perform the jobs they are assigned. Any… [CONTINUE]