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When starting a free trial of Maintenance Coordinator or PM Coordinator CMMS, it is recommended to:

Updated: Jul 24, 2023

1. Set clear goals: Define what you want to achieve with the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR and how it fits into your overall maintenance strategy.


· Setting clear goals is the first step in starting a free trial of a MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR solution. It is important to understand what you want to achieve with the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR, such as improved asset management, increased efficiency, and reduced downtime, and how it fits into your overall maintenance strategy. Having a clear understanding of your goals will help you evaluate the results of the trial and make an informed decision on whether to continue using the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR after the trial period.


2. Gather data: Collect information about your assets, maintenance history, and other relevant data that can be used to populate the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR.


· Gathering data is a crucial step when starting a free trial of a MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR solution. This includes collecting information about your assets, such as location, make, model, and serial number, as well as maintenance history, such as previous repairs and preventive maintenance activities. Having this information readily available will help you efficiently populate the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR and ensure that the system accurately reflects your organization's maintenance operations. This will in turn allow you to get the most out of the trial period and make an informed decision about whether to continue using the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR.


3. Configure the system: Customize the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR to meet your specific requirements and set up the necessary user accounts.


· Configuring the system is a crucial step in starting a free trial of a MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR solution. This involves customizing the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR to meet your specific requirements and setting up user accounts for those who will be using the system. Customizing the system can include defining maintenance schedules, creating work order templates, and setting up notification and approval processes. Creating user accounts will allow different members of your team to access the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR and take advantage of its features. Properly configuring the system will ensure that you get the most out of the trial period and make an informed decision about whether to continue using the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR.


4. Test the features: Experiment with different features and functions to get a feel for how the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR works and to see if it meets your needs.


· Testing the features of a MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR is an important step in starting a free trial. This allows you to experiment with different features and functions and get a feel for how the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR works. You should test various aspects of the system, such as creating work orders, scheduling maintenance tasks, tracking assets, and generating reports, to see if it meets your needs and expectations. Testing the features will give you a good understanding of the system's capabilities and limitations, and help you make an informed decision on whether to continue using the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR after the trial period. ·

5. Get feedback: Encourage your team to use the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR and provide feedback on its effectiveness and ease of use.


· Getting feedback from your team is a crucial step in starting a free trial of a MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR solution. Encourage your team to use the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR and provide feedback on its effectiveness and ease of use. This feedback will help you understand how well the system is working for your team and identify any areas that need improvement. Listening to your team's feedback will help you make an informed decision on whether to continue using the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR after the trial period. Additionally, incorporating your team's feedback into the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR will help ensure that the system meets the needs of all users and supports your organization's maintenance operations.


6. Evaluate: At the end of the trial period, assess the results and determine if the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR is a good fit for your organization.


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At the end of the free trial period, it's important to evaluate the results of the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR. This includes assessing the effectiveness of the system in meeting your goals, the feedback from your team, and the overall fit for your organization. Based on this evaluation, you can then decide on whether to continue using the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR

Overall, the goal during a free trial is to use the MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR/PM COORDINATOR in a real-world setting and make an informed decision on whether to continue using it after the trial period.

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