By reading Oracle Enterprise Asset Management User Guide, my preliminary understanding of Oracle Eam is part of the Oracle EBS suite that addresses the integrated and conventional equipment of an asset-intensive organization Maintenance requirements. Track all maintenance costs and work histories at the device level to measure performance and optimize maintenance operations. EAM provides organizations with the tools to create and apply maintenance programs to assets and to rebuilt inventory items. EAM allows users to maximize the planning and scheduling of maintenance activities while minimizing disruption to the organization's operations or production. Importantly, it can improve resource effectiveness, enhance maintenance quality, track work history, and record all maintenance costs. Oracle EAM uses instrumentation, quality planning, and condition monitoring systems to track asset performance, including reconfigurable inventory items. Effective preventive maintenance strategies can be applied to effectively control the operating conditions of assets. In addition to creating preventative maintenance arrangements, users can also make alternative maintenance policies for quarterly or capacity changes. EAM eliminates the need for e-forms and different data warehouses by enabling companies to manage responsive, planned, preventative maintenance, and to apply centralized, proactive strategies. EAM enables organizations to:
- Create a preventative maintenance plan.
- Maximize resource availability, including equipment and manpower.
- Optimize scheduling and resource efficiency.
- Integrates with Oracle EBS Enterprise-class solutions.
Oracle EAM uses asset Explorer to enable you to quickly identify plants and equipment. You can view asset details such as cost, level (parent/child) information, and start the business. You can also view the current or historical configuration, as well as the details of the device's work. You can use the built-in integration of Google Maps or ESRI Web-based source Map viewer. This system is also available with third-party HTML-based map viewers. Assets can be geocoded, and assets and work can be displayed in the Map viewer based on the search criteria entered by the user. You can focus on a range of parent/child relationships at the asset level or asset. You can view all relevant asset information such as asset details, bills of materials, work orders, maintenance activities, quality plans, maintenance costs, contract services and work order history. You can view the cost information for an asset or view the convolution cost of its sub-assets. EAM supports preventative and predictive maintenance strategies. Organizations that perform predictive maintenance can use quality plans to monitor and view maintenance work durations and performance trends. The asset situation can also be studied through a monitoring system. By combining these strategies, organizations can establish maintenance policies that ensure minimal downtime. Oracle EAM enables you to monitor reliability and predict future maintenance needs. You can identify engineering-defined performance gaps and immediately warn maintenance, monitor asset situations, collect meter readings, predict how often to perform preventative maintenance, and generate "run-to-fail" schedules and forecasts based on predictive effectiveness. Oracle EAM enables operations and maintenance personnel to create work requests to report any issues with the asset. Review any outstanding work requests currently assigned to the asset and prevent duplicate work orders for the same issue. monitors the ability to approve, suspend, or reject work requests. Approved work requests can be linked to a work order. When a work request is connected to a work order, the status is updated. EAM Management roles eam management roles contain the person who is primarily responsible for entering information, usually other maintenance personnel. The information you enter may include work order resource transactions, work order resource transactions, work order completion details, and time and labor hours. EAM users EAM users are anyone in your organization who may have access to eam. May include people who use worksheets to report problems, access to EAM to review high-cost asset and asset work history for plant managers, and maintenance users, such asAccess the technician who maintains the user workbench to review daily assignments. Maintenance personnel maintenance users are maintenance personnel and are primarily responsible for completing the tasks assigned to the work order. This person uses job requests to report maintenance issues, resolve work problems, and work with other maintenance workers in a team. Maintaining Superuser Maintaining a superuser is typically a maintenance planner or supervisor, and is generally defined as "superuser." Maintenance planners plan and schedule maintenance work, continuously manage and balance workloads, manage preventative maintenance strategies and arrangements, manage material requirements, monitor availability, and coordinate other departmental strategies such as operations, procurement, and warehousing. Supervisors manage a group of maintenance workers, work based on worker capacity and availability, check and confirm work, communicate with other departments, know the status of all current work and assets, and are responsible for environmental health and safety. This person has extensive knowledge of the EAM system and is responsible for creating and arranging work orders, including preventive maintenance work orders. This person updates the work order, work order parts, and completes the operation and work order.
By reading the Oracle Enterprise Asset Management User Guide, I have a preliminary understanding of Oracle Eam