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Implementation Do’s and Don’ts

Raymond Lattanzio
Raymond Lattanzio | Senior Implementation Consultant, Fluke Corporation
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

As a certified reliability leader, Raymond Lattanzio has overseen the implementation of over 100 new CMMS systems. This has shown him which clients succeed with their systems, which do not, and why. In this webinar, he draws from his experience to give us some dos, don’ts, and key points for success with CMMS, including getting buy-in from every level of the organization, pacing yourself, and keeping it simple.

Learning Takeaways:

  1. What you should and should not do when implementing a new CMMS system.
  2. Helpful tips, from starting the CMMS in the first place to training employees and making use of the data.
  3. How to use prioritization to manage your expectations of success.
  4. How to crawl before you walk and walk before you run.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Raymond Lattanzio is a Senior Implementation Consultant at Fluke Corporation. He has nearly a decade of experience with Software, SaaS, Databases, Implementation, and Project Management. Raymond received his Bachelor’s of Science in Finance from the University of Scranton

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About the Author

Raymond Lattanzio
Raymond Lattanzio Senior Implementation Consultant, Fluke Corporation

Raymond Lattanzio is a Senior Implementation Consultant at Fluke Corporation and a Certified Reliability Leader from the Association of Asset Management Professionals. He has nearly a decade of experience with Software, SaaS, Databases, Implementation and Project Management. Raymond received his Bachelor\’s of Science in Finance from the University of Scranton.