Making the switch from reactive maintenance to preventive maintenance can save thousands to millions of dollars, extend the life of your critical assets, and relieve your team of the stress and anxiety of dealing with frequent unpredictable equipment failures.
Despite widely proven benefits of switching to preventive maintenance, around 60% of facilities are still relying on reactive maintenance as a major part of their overall maintenance strategy.
Even though we can’t say for sure what is the reason for that, we would put our money on the fear that the implementation will fail or that the switch will simply cost too much.
Both reasons are often unfounded. Why?