MAVERICK Joins Forces with Connected Maintenance
COLUMBIA, Ill., February 25, 2004 — MAVERICK Technologies has announced that it is joining forces with Connected Maintenance, LLC. Now MAVERICK is able to address the ever-increasing focus on reliability by ensuring constant synergy between productive automation systems and highly efficient machines.
“Connected Maintenance brings a major addition to our offering, which is already enterprise-wide,” said Paul Galeski, Chairman and CEO, MAVERICK Technologies. “Our client’s profitability is our first concern. Efficiency. Profitability. That’s what we sell. And asset reliability is a major piece of that puzzle.” Connected Maintenance operates under a simple, fundamental philosophy: the only way to achieve the highest Return on Assets (ROA) is to put in place a maintenance system that is fully integrated with an enterprise and in touch with the needs of that enterprise’s people.
Connected Maintenance’s methodology is designed to help companies increase profits through increased reliability. This methodology is achieved through four reliability analysis tools: Site Assessment; Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA); Weibull Probability Density Function; and Reliability Risk Management (R2M). As part of its comprehensive service offerings, Connected Maintenance can also offer customers KPI access, Organizational Development (OD) consulting, best practices and computer-based training, safety analysis, and ongoing support.
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