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MEX (MEX) Rank 1896

Market Cap $321,663.000
Volume 24H 0 MEX
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MEX Maintenance Software Product Information

MEX Dashboard Fact Sheet

For example if you have a standard process document attached to a Preventative Maintenance and you update that document on the shared drive, it will not update the copy of the document held in MEX. If this is an issue then you can use the Attach a Local Document feature. You are required to enter a "Item Number", a "Description" or both for the item. After entering one of these, if the "Add on the Fly" option for the Stores Catalogue has been enabled you will be presented with a prompt asking if you wish to add the item to the Catalogue. If you answer "Yes" then you will be presented with a Catalogue Details screen so that you may enter the details of the new item into the Catalogue.

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Tamaladas and the role of food in Mexican-immigrant and Mexican-American cultures in Texas (PhD). Most of the ingredients of this area's cooking are not grown in situ, but imported from all of the country (such as tropical fruits).

These Contacts are available for selection from the Attention drop-down. Each Quote that is created in MEX will be automatically assigned a unique Quote Number that identifies the Quote within MEX. Access the Asset's Details screen by tapping on the "Details" icon located in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. Close the Asset Details screen by tapping on the "Assets' icon located in the top left-hand corner of the screen. This will return you to the Asset Register, where your new Asset will have been added. and a Description The Asset Description is one of the two mandatory fields in an Asset's details.

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Structured Maintenance Made Easy

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Use this tool to locate and select the Asset that you wish to add to the Catalogue item's APL tab. Once an Asset has been selected with the tool it will be added to the bottom of the listing in the APL tab. The APL tab in a Catalogue Items Details display a list of the Assets that have the item in their APL.

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The Transactions tab provides a list of the transactions that have occurred for the item i.e. issues, receipts, returns to stock etc. Sign up to our free on-line 30 day trial and see MEX for yourself.

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This option is only available if an item has been selected in the list. This option opens up the Catalogue Details screen for the selected item.

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This read only field displays the name of the user that added the item into the Catalogue. In order to effectively identify the person that created the item MEX Security will need to be enabled and your users given individual logins.

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If you select this option then every field in the existing Asset's details will be copied across into the new Asset. Enter any other details into the various tabs of the Asset Details screen.

Best of all any custom module you create is instantly available on the MEX iOS app on the iPad. With no limitations, our trial gives you an in-depth look at the system.

What is the MEX Maintenance Software?

If text is entered into the “Keyword” field on the Range screen, when the filter is applied the Stores Listing will be filtered to display only those items that have matching text in the “Keywords” field in their details. A common use for the “Keywords” field would be to record any colloquial names used for the item. The Details of a Catalogue item can be accessed by selecting the item the Catalogue Listing screen and clicking on the "Details" button in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen.

By default the Quote's Tasks are displayed in the order that they are created. If you want to move a Task's position in the list then you can do this by clicking on the Task to select it and using the "Move Up" and "Move Down" buttons.

  • Select the item in the listing and click on the "Select" button located in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen.
  • When an Asset Type is created, one of the things that may be done is to identify what User Defined Fields are available for that Asset Type.
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When the item is added to the Spares tab of a Work Order for the Asset then the "Qty Required" will be automatically entered into the "Estimated Quantity" field on the Work Order. This field is used to record the quantity of the item that is contained in the "Purchase UOM" for the Supplier. For example if you issue the item individually then the UOM on the item's Details tab would be "Each".

The “Min Qty” is the level at which the item should be re-ordered. From the Replenish Stock Listing, Purchase Orders may be created to reorder the items that have fallen below their minimum stock levels. The Min Qty must be set at a value greater than zero before it will be considered for resupply via the Replenish Stock Listing. Any text that is entered into this field may be searched for using the Range function in the Stores Listing.

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Since you purchase the item from the Supplier in a box of ten the "Purchase UOM" would be "Box", and the "Qty per Purchase UOM" would be ten. This tab displays a list of the Suppliers that have already been defined for the item.

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This read only field displays the quantity of the item that has been reserved. When a Reservation has been placed on an item, the reserved quantity cannot be issued to any other job than the one that the items were reserved for. This means that the quantity of stock that may be issued from the store equals the "Stock On Hand" minus the "On Reserve" quantity. Clicking the hyper-linked value will take the user to the Reservation Listing showing only Reservation that have not been completed for the Catalogue item. Refer to the Reservations section for more details of the reservation process.

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If a Work Order is created from the Quote then the entries on the Quote's Spares tab will be transferred across to the Work Order's Spares tab. Clicking on the "Create W/O" button will generate a new Work Order from the Quote which will include the Trades, Spares, Tasks and other details from the Quote.

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Note that this only deletes the copy of the document that is held in MEX. This tab displays the list of documents that have been added to the item.

For example, MEX can be configured that all Assets with an Asset Type of "Compressor" will have the User Defined Fields "Cut In Press", "Cut Out Press" and "Litres/Minute" added to their details. One of the Core Modules of the MEX Maintenance Software is the Asset Register. Every Asset that is to be tracked by MEX and have work carried out on it needs to be created in the MEX Asset Register. This allows for seamless Asset Management as the Asset Register forms the focal point of the system and provides comprehensive information on each asset in the system. This field contains any Safety Notes relevant to the job and will be printed on the Work Order in bold type.

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Repeat this for any items that you wish to add to the Work Order. To add another Asset to the list, click on the "New" button to add another blank line to the list and repeat steps 2 to 4. In the Assets APLs tab, right-click anywhere over the list to display the pop-up menu and select "Add APL". This will open up the "Asset APLs" screen for the selected Asset.

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Click on the "New" button located in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. This will create a blank row at the bottom of the listing so your new Asset Type may be entered. In addition, when an Asset has been assigned an Asset Type, that Asset will have the User Defined Fields that are associated with that Asset Type.

The Details tab contains an overview of the Assets physical details. The most basic use of the Asset Register is as a list of equipment maintained by your company.

Fixed Asset Management

Allowing operations to make well informed decisions on whether certain assets are worth operating or require replacing. The only button located on the Header of the Work Order is the "To Do List" button. After an Asset has been selected for the Work Order, the "To Do List" button can be used to access the Asset's To Do List. An Asset's To Do List is a list of tasks that are to be performed on the Asset during the next available Work Order. Unfinished tasks from previous Work Orders may be added to this list, or additional tasks may be added manually.

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The Description is the second mandatory field in the Work Order. It contains a text description of the maintenance task that is to be performed. As Maintenance Management is dynamic, MEX is also designed in this manner.