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Computerized maintenance management

Knapp has released its redPILOT Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to North America


March 12, 2020
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ATLANTA – Knapp has released its redPILOT Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to the North American market.

A Control Tower for warehousing and distribution, redPILOT software uses big data, predictive modeling and analytics, IoT technology and artificial intelligence (A/I) to keep ahead of maintenance requirements.

This new CMMS can be implemented as an added module to the redPILOT Control Tower application or implemented as a stand-alone application.

KNAPP is rolling out the CMMS to flagship partner Takeoff Technologies which creates micro-fulfillment centres.

“Supply chain challenges are complex – and range from dealing with daily order fluctuations and changes in order profiles, to managing labour scarcity and daily labour scheduling, to the management of almost every other resource,” said Siegfried Zwing, president of redPILOT.

“There were no solutions on the market that met this unique need – a challenge expressed by almost every supply chain management professional. The introduction of CMMS is a major product and solution that will provide clients a means of managing spare parts inventory, ensuring needed parts are in place when needed, and that clients can resolve critical automation challenges; increasing uptime and reliability of their mechanized systems – across one or multiple sites.”