How does the Spring Point EM system work?
You establish the categories of equipment you will be managing. Define applicable statuses for each category. Technicians collect and enter nameplate data and other key characteristics and attributes for each piece of equipment and record the status, location, and other important information for each item. Documents are uploaded and managed based on permissions giving you control over the ‘document library’. The EM system tracks changes and updates.
Technicians can search the equipment database from anywhere with a WiFi or cell connection using the status, location, nameplate information, attributes, etc. to quickly identify a spare and present options to your customer.
The EM system allows you to link items of the same or different categories. For example a pump and motor combination may be linked together showing the relationship between the two items, however each item history and associated documents are tracked separately. When the motor is removed and replaced due to a failure or regular maintenance plan, the relationship between the original motor and pump is ‘unlinked’ and a new pump/motor relationship is established. The documents and histories for all three items remain intact.