Computer-aided Maintenance Management System.

Carmin : the management and follow-up of maintenance operations, parts stock and orders..

Plannings remind you of the tasks to be performed (from servicing operations to orders), so that you can organise and optimise controls on your equipment pool.
Syntheses and balances allow you to analyse the equipment management efficiency and the maintenance cost.

Dedicated to building materials producers, carmin fits the specificities of this industry, and combines flexibility and accuracy.
Carmin has been developped using the latest technologies, in "SaaS" mode, to provide easy access to information, and data sharing.

> Data organisation
Information centralisation et harmonisation (equipment, spare parts, suppliers, etc.)

> Documents management
Classification into categories, direct access from the application

> Maintenance operations 
Operations management and organisation

> Follow-up of orders
Management of purchases and receipts

> Stock follow-up 
Stocktaking with direct updating according to elements inwards / ouwards (maintenance operations, orders)

> Planning
Organisation of the work to make (predictive or preventive interventions, other…). Alert on stocks, orders, tasks to be immediately performed, with email alerts.

> Synthesis, analyses et statistics
Edition of efficiency balance for the maintenance follow-up ratings : duration, cost, lead time, availability, ...

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By optimising equipment maintenance, making sure your production tools are in good condition and following their availability, you control costs and contribute to your employees' safety.

But this also involves many controls and tasks to carry out and documents to file.

Therefore, a software tool becomes necessary to simplify all this work. Carmin 's functionalities will allow you to:

  • improve the reliability of your equipment thanks to an organised maintenance management
  • extend the equipment life thanks to a better follow-up and a targeted management of interventions
  • reduce maintenance costs by tracing and planning interventions
  • optimise stocks by a targeted management of spare parts flow
  • control purchases to limit supply costs