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.
Add co-workers and easily assign work orders to different users
FieldProMax is a front line work order management software solution for field service managers and technicians.
routine modification work orders that are published but not applied.
Then, the last resident to put in a work order informs you that their child has cystic fibrosis, which affects that child's breathing ability.
Structures improperly installed, or those that did not meet the Building Code's design requirements, were issued violations and/or Stop Work Orders.
Effective work order management revolves around identifying the work that needs to be done; processing it and incorporating it into the organization's work control; and keeping detailed records not only about the projects at hand, but the building as a whole.
And they need to record their time on each work order to facilitate planning and budgeting.
The value of this application is that it eliminates waste and inefficiencies surrounding paper based work order systems currently in place at many school districts and city governments," commented John C'deBaca, director of the IP Communications practice for Internetwork Experts, Stratasoft's sister company that provides Cisco-centric IP Telephony solutions.
The work order obviously wasn't any more detailed than ``dig a hole.
The first step upon receipt of a work order is to scan the bar code of the work order into a computer, which then automatically searches for a vacant location in the storage tower.
Typically, a maintenance office clerk would take a telephone request and enter it into our Work Order Screen.