Maintenance planning software: The intuitive last mile

Perform your maintenance planning intelligently, provide maintenance knowledge paperlessly and in real time, and set global process standards. Connect Operations1 with your leading systems such as ERP and MES if required.

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Industry leaders rely on Operations1 in maintenance planning

  • -85% reduced downtime
  • +21% higher productivity
  • -95% less effort for documentation

The Operations1 software in maintenance

With Operations1, you enable easy planning, execution and record keeping of maintenance work. Create detailed maintenance calendars digitally, link intuitive maintenance instructions and checklists, and automatically document your activities and findings.


Maintenance planning function in Operations1 or via Integration to your ERP, MES or CMMS. No more Excel.

  • Create maintenance planning Create maintenance orders and link them to digital work instructions and checklists

  • Plan maintenance intervals Define recurring activities using ‘scheduled rows’ and assign them to your workforce

  • Monitor progress Monitor the progress of activities at any time in the dashboard and react faster to problems

Mobile use

Digital checklists and maintenance instructions instead of complex machine manuals and paper-based checklists.

  • Perform processes reliably Navigate through interactive checklists in all languages and sign digitally after completion

  • Record and report findings Capture image and video feedback on the spot and report in real-time

  • Create and assign tasks Create, assign and collaboratively solve individual tasks in case of incidents

Digital reports

Audit-proof maintenance records. Find your digital reports easily and trace back all information in no time.

  • Automatic reports Comprehensive transparency on maintenance activities performed and potential findings

  • View logbook Use your complete transparency on the performed work for your audits

  • Make better decisions Use on the spot data to make decisions to increase availability, efficiency and security

Maintenance planning software: Features for industrial use

Drag and Drop

Simplify the creation and updating of your documentation

Pictures and videos

Include images and videos in your documents to increase comprehension

QR-code scanning

Start processes via search function or by scanning a QR code on your machine

Recurring orders

Schedule recurring maintenance tasks fine granularly in Operations1

End-to-end integration

Use orders from your ERP, MES or CMMS and work operationally in Operations1

Incident management

Create tasks, assign them and ensure implementation

Structural classes

Organize your work based on your machines, locations or teams

Digital reports

Get full transparency on performed activities and findings

Cloud approach

Standardize processes and leverage your process knowledge from the cloud

Maintenance planning: Success Story

Learn how the Hirschvogel Automotive Group, a global automotive supplier, uses digital maintenance instructions and checklists to make knowledge available globally, increase reaction times and reduce costs.

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  • Creation and organization of digital work instructions and checklists

  • Mobile use of Operations1

  • Planning & integration

  • Analysis & continuous improvement

Digitalization has greatly simplified maintenance planning and the creation of maintenance checklists.

Susanne Conrad Head Equipment Engineering, Oetiker Group

Operations1 contributes to an improvement in costs and thus also to our competitiveness.

Dr. Alfons Hätscher Chief Financial Officer, Hirschvogel Holding GmbH

With Operations1, we were able to increase machine availability by 5%P after only 6 months.

Jacob Reid Head Engineering, Oetiker Group

By constantly increasing our knowledge, we find solutions faster and reduce downtimes.

Stefan Führer Maintenance Leader, Hirschvogel Automotive

Time-consuming document creation is a thing of the past.

David Berghold Head of Quality Assurance, Tyromotion GmbH

With Operations1 we were able to reduce our learning time by 67%.

Steffen Paul Head of Future Projects / REFA, POLIPOL

You are in good company

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Maintenance software: Frequently asked questions

  • What is preventive maintenance?

    Preventive Maintenance (PM) is the regular and routine maintenance of equipment and assets to keep them running and avoid costly unplanned downtime due to unexpected equipment failures. Examples of preventive maintenance include equipment inspections, cleaning and lubricating critical equipment, and tidying the production floor.

  • What is maintenance management?

    Maintenance management comprises all operational measures to prevent machine failures and increase plant availability. At the same time, maintenance measures ensure optimized operating processes and increased operational reliability.

  • Can maintenance orders be emailed to my team?

    Work orders get automatically assigned to the respective maintenance team member within the Operations1 software. Therefore, workers don’t need to switch systems any longer between planning, execution and reporting. Work planning can be conducted within Operations1 or through integration with other systems such as the ERP System or MES.

  • What is in a maintenance plan?

    Maintenance teams use a maintenance plan to ensure that maintenance activities are carried out properly and at the right time in order to keep overall equipment effectiveness high and spare parts and personnel costs low. Maintenance planning can be time-based, cycle-based or condition-based.

  • Why is maintenance planning important?

    Suboptimal maintenance planning often results in so-called over-maintenance or under-maintenance. With over-maintenance, maintenance capacities are scheduled unnecessarily, expensive spare parts and operating resources are consumed, and valuable production time is wasted. Insufficient maintenance can lead to unnecessary wear, resulting in unplanned production downtime and time-consuming and expensive temporary repairs. This in turn disrupted the entire production schedule and resulted in enormous costs.