#1: self-learning process ~ 3 mins
self-learning process
Maintenance is repetitive. Getting better in a repetitive task should be ensured by having the knowledge gathered during previous executions available.
Data should be collected in such detail that enables comparability, because that is the key for transferable knowledge and measurable efficiency.
LEANtenance framework provides both:
  • turns maintenance into a self‑learning process
  • supports 3-layered maintenance language
#3: contractor management ~ 3 mins
contractor management
LEANtenance framework seamlessly integrates contractors into the workflow. It streamlines the process for both sides. Topics:
  • norms
  • predefined activities
  • different maintenance languages
  • measure and hourly rate based services
  • contractual and custom resources
#5: equipment data ~ 2 mins
equipment data
Equipment data can be found usually at 2 places:
  • full documentation in the archives,
  • a small portion in the system.
LEANtenance framework offers a middle ground: a rich text document with tables, pictures.
The framework ensures that the relevant equipment data is always just a single click away.
#7: utility functions ~ 4 mins
utility functions
These functions are not maintenance related, but are necessary to control the workflow. Topics:
  • permissions
  • approvals
  • delegation & concurrency handling
  • messages, notifications
  • multi‑language support
  • security
  • email, PDF, text message generation
  • attached files
#8: seamless integration ~ 3 mins
seamless integration
Maintenance is rarely the main profile of a company. Usually it is a supporting function for production. Thus, it is viewed from two perspectives and is often governed by an ERP.
LEANtenance framework integrates seamlessly with any ERP or custom legacy system. At the same time, it provides maintenance with its own, uncompromised domain.