Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) is an engineering framework that enables the definition of a complete maintenance regime while establishing safe minimum levels of maintenance.

Implementation of RCM builds an understanding of your asset’s performance; its function and failures, and the development of the optimal maintenance regime. When correctly implemented it improves asset cost effectiveness and reliability, reduces machine downtime and increases organisational understanding of asset risk.

To assist your business to achieve maximum return on assets through RCM, Mainpac offers the following services:

  • Asset Register development
  • RCM introduction, principles and implementation.
  • Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
  • Maintenance maturity assessment and improvement plans
  • Preventive and predictive maintenance program development.
  • Condition monitoring techniques, application and implementation.

Change Management brings together structured approaches to allow organisations and projects to identify, adapt and control the process to promote smooth transitions and successful outcomes.

Cleary defined change management plans and procedures assist in alleviating stress, reducing costs and push-back within organisations; regardless of the type of change.

Holistic approaches to managing change involve elements of the following supporting artefacts, including plans, measures and tracking:

  • Change Management Plan
  • Project Management Plan
  • Communications Plan including Employee and Stakeholder Engagement
  • Governance and Policy Documentation
  • Change Requests management
  • Business Process Analysis and Transformation
  • Issue and Decision Logs
  • Change Impact Assessments
  • Risk Assessments
  • Role Transition – informing role impact and redesign
  • Training Plans including Scheduling, Design, Support Documentation, Facilitation
  • Documentation Plans including templates, schedules and design

Process Improvement and documentation development (As-Is to To-Be)

Mainpac EAM is designed, based on an open architecture and a Browser/Server technology that follows the three-tier structure, which includes the data layer, the business layer and the presentation layer.

These layers communicate through the internet or an intranet.  Based on the 3-tier structure, the platform operates in a user-friendly Windows-based environment and the connection among users complies with the Browser User Interface (BUI) models – allowing the exploitation of all net- place capabilities with the use of any desired web browser.

The first tier data layer includes the application’s database and the connections with all the other external systems, namely an external database for the recovery and storing of data.

The second tier business layer consists of the business logic. The architecture of this level can be divided and analysed further into the connection mechanism with the database interactions.

Finally, the third tier presentation layer concerns the clients and consists of a standard Web browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Mozilla, etc.).

The technologies used in the implementation of this application are .NET, Microsoft SQL Server, Javascript, etc.. The use of such technologies, enables the separation of the rational presentation of the applications from that of business, whilst the developing application is accessible by the internet browsers.

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Why choose Mainpac as your EAM solution?


Faster time to realisation compared to Tier 1 EAM providers

> 50%

Cost savings with whole-of-business asset knowledge

> 30%

Reduction in licencing with concurrent vs. named users

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Industry Solutions

Process Manufacturing

Manufacturing companies operate in fast-paced, process-driven environments. The need to fulfil customer orders while also responding to changing market demands, means assets must operate at maximum efficiency and output at all times.

Mining Asset

Mining companies face evolving challenges as they move from initial exploration and investment planning activities to construction, extraction and resource delivery.

Ports and Terminal Asset Management

As key elements within global supply chains, ports and terminals provide an important service to a wide range of organisations. Tasked with transferring everything from raw materials to finished goods, their availability, throughput and reliability is vital for the health of national economies.

Utilities Asset Management

With growth in demand for energy in emerging economies showing no sign of slowing – and renewables taking the place of more traditional energy sources in developed economies – operators face a mix of demand and cost challenges. While these drivers are different, effective asset management plays a big part in addressing the needs of power generators.

Public Asset Management

Effective facilities management requires visibility across the portfolio; control over maintenance, compliance and refurbishment plans and insight into the service level’s utilisation, condition and costs.

Fleet Asset Management

Proper maintenance of fleet resources is an important and complex task for any business. As a vital tool in the provision of services to clients, a fleet must be in operation and utilised as efficiently as possible – at all times