work order

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work order

A specific or blanket authorization to perform certain work--usually broader in scope than a job order. It is sometimes used synonymously with job order.
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Total executed value against each of the two similar completed work orders not less than Rs.
The company says Idhammar MMS provides mobile functionality for iOS and Android devices that synchronises engineers' work orders wirelessly with the central CMMS and there is no need to purchase additional hardware as Idhammar MMS is compatible with any authentic and reputable smartphone or tablet device.
It allows maintenance technicians to create work orders and help streamline communications for the team, whether they're on site or in the field.
routine modification work orders that are published but not applied.
MAINTENANCE PROFESSIONALS, consider: Today you have five work orders.
Multiple work orders may be checked out to one badge.
It uses existing QuickBooks accounting data to create work orders and generate a graphical schedule.
Structures improperly installed, or those that did not meet the Building Code's design requirements, were issued violations and/or Stop Work Orders.
Work orders can be assigned to subcontractors, who can access the work orders through a unique login
The image of a facilities manager buried under a stack of work orders reaching near-avalanche proportions might not ring as true as it did before the age of computerization; but, in theory, it's an all-too-familiar scenario.
It was designed to leverage a customer's investment in Cisco IP Telephones by providing an application to assign work and track work orders on a Cisco IP telephone.
The Field Automation for Sanitation Trucks system, also known as FAST, is an application for managing sewer maintenance work orders and the associated facilities data, and deploying the data to the field.