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These are the official blogs about CalemEAM.

How to Identify Work Order Resource Efficiency

One of the benefits of Calem Enterprise is the tracking of resource hours in planning, scheduling, and execution. The questions that Calem can help answer include: ​How many hours are scheduled vs actual hours spent for a week How many hours are spent by department, team and site for a week How resources are planned, scheduled and used per work ord...
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How to Identify Stocks Not Moved

This report is intended to answer the following question: ​How to review stock checkout history and identify slow or non-moving parts in Calem? The report is launched from Inventory | Report | Transactions - Checkout Frequency. ​ A date range may be specified to report the checkout frequency.  The report lists the times checked out and av...
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Asset and Location Summary Reports

Asset and Location Summary Reports are available in the coming R11g release planned for October 2019.  Report fields include: ​ Object count Average original cost Average total maintenance cost The reports are grouped by site and an additional field (excepting the case of "Site") below. ​ Asset Summary/Group By ​ ​Location Summary/Group B...
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How to Setup Failure Tree for Troubleshooting

​Failure tree is an intuitive presentation to browse failure, cause and action codes defined in Calem. It can be used from work orders as a troubleshooting tool for corrective work orders. There are a few steps and configurations to set up your Calem for troubleshooting. Step 1. Review Failure Sets and Codes The failure mod...
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How to Integrate Monitoring Services with Calem

Asset monitoring services can be built with tools such as Icinga. Monitoring services are modeled as separate services from Calem in this discussion. They use Calem REST APIs to get asset information and report device problems. 1. Initialize Monitoring Data from Calem The monitoring service initializes assets/locations to monitor by ...
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How to Manage Asset Priorities by Locations

The priorities of assets and locations must be maintained accurately for effective maintenance operations. The priorities are used to set work order priorities in Calem. It is a challenge to keep track of asset priorities in cases where assets are moved or replaced. Calem's asset priority by location is a solution for a cas...
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How to Differentiate a Dev and Production Service?

​Customers may choose to deploy a Calem dev service (or test instance) along with their Calem production service. The dev service may be used for training, staging and development. Calem provides custom styles to differentiate a dev service from the production one in login & desktop screens. ​Dev service and production servi...
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How to Customize Access Control/ACL Profiles in Calem

Access control in Calem allows administrators to assign users to access control list profiles (ACL Profiles). An ACL profile includes permissions of application functions and sites's data for multi-site data access. This blog discusses the setup of ACL profiles.  Here is a use case for ACL Profiles for multi-site acces...
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How to Set Up Workflow Notifications for Work Orders

​Workflow notifications are provided for modules in Calem including the work order module. This blog discusses the setup of work order notifications. The steps are applicable to other modules. Here is a use case for workflow notification: ​An organization would like one group of people to get workflow notifications when work orders are ap...
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How to implement Configuration Item (CI) in Calem

​ A Configuration Item (CI) is an entity in a configuration management (see wiki definition ). It includes configuration parameters and assets or resources. A typical CI in Calem can be implemented by a configuration element (CE) as a location and its physical component as an asset. For example, a server CI includes a server location CE (...
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