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Merriam Webster defines Benchmark as a:  a point of reference from which measurements may be made b : something that serves as a standard by which others may be measured or judged c : a standardized problem or test that serves as a basis for evaluation or comparison.


Good News!  Half of the companies who visit this web site have maintenance and reliability programs that are "above average".

Bad News!  Half of the companies who visit this web site have maintenance and reliability programs that are "below average".

Do you know how your maintenance and reliability program stacks up?


Every business must measure itself against the standards set by each industries leaders regardless of where those leaders are located.

To achieve world class performance, you must target the best in class and aim over them as they will have progressed while you were benchmarking yesterdays data!

Of course, being the best of the best is not the point - having a profitable business is. 

You can use the services of the web site to benchmark as many aspects of your maintenance & reliability program as you wish.

Benchmarking should be designed to find the "what" (what you can improve) and the "how" (what actions you can take to create those improvements).

MaintenanceBenchmarking.com offers these simple, free and low cost solutions:

  • A wide variety of standard comparative benchmark surveys

  • Custom benchmark survey service

  • A large qualified network of participants willing to communicate about the results

  • No questions requiring proprietary or confidential data.  Percentages and ratios are as effective

  • Simple to use

  • Global access from any web connected computer

  • Library and links for other benchmarking resources

  • Privacy


 

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