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Removing Unused Columns from Mainsaver Table View and Screens

Challenge: Mainsaver 12.9 allows the Mainsaver Administrator to remove unused columns from Table Views and Data Entry/Edit windows.  Additionally, the Administrator may use the column controls to make a field required or read only.  This function is available for Mainsaver Core and Connect.  This helps to focus Mainsaver on relevant data fields. Methodology: This document …

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Tennent Caledonian Brewery defy Coronavirus and go live with Mainsaver CMMS

Spidex Software is delighted to announce that the Tennent Caledonian Brewery has taken their newly implemented Mainsaver CMMS live despite the additional pressures of Covid 19. Mainsaver replaces an older API PRO version and will support improved maintenance management processes at the historic Wellpark brewery in Glasgow. Employing 300 people the brewery produces the iconic …

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Using the Mainsaver Transaction Journal

Challenge: Understanding and using the Mainsaver Transaction Journal      Methodology: In the Materials Module of Mainsaver there is a submodule named “Transaction Journals”.   This submodule is generally designed for the more advanced Mainsaver user and can requires specific information in order to effectively use the information.   The module essentially records all material transactions to the …

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Siemens Energy Expands Use of Mainsaver

San Diego, CA – September 22, 2020: Siemens Energy continues to expand its use of the Mainsaver product throughout its managed power generation facilities. The Mainsaver product was recently implemented at the Siemens operated facility located in Lincoln County, near Charlotte, North Carolina. The facility is currently constructing a 400 megawatt addition that incorporates a …

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