CMMS Data Group is hosting its annual MVP Plant user & training conference, MORE! 2019, from May 21 to May 23, 2019, in Chicago, IL. MORE! stands for Maintenance Optimization & Reliability Excellence! and is the focus of the conference.
Maintenance and facilities professionals, from new hires to seasoned experts, will gather at the Palmer House (Hilton), the oldest continuously operating hotel in the USA, to learn how to increase asset utilization, save time and money, and take MVP Plant and their maintenance and reliability program to the next level. Attendees will benefit from listening to live case studies and attending sessions and panels led by today’s leading companies. End-user feedback will be collected during the daily MVP Plant user forums and attendees can take the CMRP, CMRT, and CAMA exams on the last day.
Mr. Terry Harris, a world-renowned reliability expert and founder & CEO of Reliable Process Solutions, leads the Reliability track which covers various reliability concepts (Preventive Maintenance, Asset Criticality, Reliability Centered Maintenance, etc.). Attendees learn about best practices and are given the tools they need to achieve world-class maintenance at their own facilities.
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Willie Mena, CMRP and CMMS Data Group consulting manager, and other MVP Plant experts conduct the MVP Plant track which covers both the fundamental and advanced topics of MVP Plant. Attendees can choose from a variety of classes focused on different aspects of MVP Plant. Additionally, the classes are designed with reliability in mind, teaching attendees how to use the tools within MVP Plant to support reliability initiatives that will save their operations time and money and increase overall plant efficiency.
Daily user forums provide attendees an opportunity to provide feedback on specific areas of MVP Plant and suggest features to add in future releases. This feedback continues to make MVP Plant the best CMMS available on the market today. Additionally, MVP Plant experts will lead a Q&A session during each forum so that users can get their questions answered in a live setting.
MORE! 2019 will also feature customer success stories from companies from various industries. Customers will share their story and describe how they use MVP Plant to overcome maintenance challenges and increase reliability and provide a platform to discuss their story with other customers.
In addition to many learning opportunities, registration also includes activities designed for networking and having fun. At the end of each day, happy hour at the Palmer House gives attendees a chance to meet and talk with their peers. There will also be Chicago-themed evening events, such as an invitation to watch the Chicago Cubs play the Philadelphia Phillies from Fannie May Bleacher Sweet, Wrigley Field’s largest private, enclosed suite.
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