EMDECS has long had a deferred work component, where jobs can be associated with an equipment record and applied to a repair order as the work is eventually performed – and now with Tech RO, we’ve taken this a step further. All outstanding work associated with a unit is now clearly visible – front and…Details
EMDECS does not limit the number of customers or customer equipment records that can be added to the system. Once EMDECS is up and running for you, we don’t want you slowed down or hampered by limitations wherever possible. There is no gain in imposing a limit to the number of equipment records that you…Details
Truly, a PM schedule that stays with the equipment record – that’s what EMDECS’ Tech RO can deliver. Imagine, whenever a unit record is opened into Tech RO, any due PMs will display as work waiting to be done. Perform the work and have an electronic inspection form attached to help identify further work required.…Details
Yes – EMDECS (2nd generation) has integrated on-screen inspection forms for PM services. A customizable inspection form can be automatically attached to any designated PM service within EMDECS – service reminders created for any item that does not pass inspection – plus, optional on-screen signature capture for certification. With integrated inspection forms, all flagged maintenance concerns…Details
Within EMDECS, any number of pricing contracts for labor activity, parts and shop supplies can be setup. Each customer is then linked to the contract rates that you think are best. So, yes, it is possible to setup a unique contract rate for every customer if you choose, or have one set of contract rates that…Details
Yes – Fleet equipment readings collected in a Peoplenet or Qualcomm format can be imported into EMDECS. Please talk to us for more details.
If you have a fuel tracking application, EMDECS offers a fuel information import feature that collects this information, along with odometer readings. This eliminates the need for manual entry and possible human error. As long as your fuel program can export a file, we can configure our application to accept that file. This will allow the most…Details
For those units that need to be moved from one customer ownership to another, this can be easily done using a transfer function in the 1st generation of EMDECS or by simply changing a unit’s owner in the 2nd generation of EMDECS. Repair history is also transferred during this process.
Yes! EMDECS allows you to set limits on how much a reading can increase per day. Setting this up can prevent data entry errors.
Yes – this is a handy feature. The purpose is to alert when a labor activities for a specific unit has been applied within a specified time period. This feature can help flag warranty issues and warn if there might be a faulty procedure being applied or a faulty or inappropriate part being used.