Exclusive web-based application
Our Asset Management System was custom-built to maximize our efficiency in dealing with your company's equipment. Our system allows you to view the status of your equipment while it is being serviced on our shop floor. We keep detailed records of everything related to your equipment with plenty of photos documenting the process.
All clients of Roger's Electric receive login credentials to our secure web-based system. Our user-friendly system gives you access to all equipment and service history within your organization.
The system will track failure causes and will also store all diagnostic and testing data. This data allows us to do more than just repair your equipment; it allows us to investigate and determine the root cause of why the asset failed and what can be done to prevent it from happening again.
Our custom system provides real-time data of your motor with the goal of providing our clients a detailed service history of each electric motor. As a responsive design, your information is available on mobile devices and tablets.
Insure your motor investments are maintained and serviced to perform optimally as per OEM specifications. At every stage of our service process, our technicians take digital photos of the equipment being serviced and post them in real-time to our MMS. These photos allow us to show our clients exactly what has happened with their electric motors.
From our system functionality is available to export custom reports of each work order. Allowing managers and supervisors to review and verify that your repair was completed as requested.
For more information on our web-based motor management system, please contact us. You may view a demo or learn more about how the Roger's Electric Motor Mangement System can help keep your operation running smoothly.
This is a AC generator stator rewind. This video is approximately 7 minutes long but took 9 days from dismantle to completion.
Rogers Electric's ability to be on call 24/7 is critically important to us when we need something. Things don't break between 8-4.