Each client has its own requirements and wishes. STEAM Consultancy has a facilitating and advisory role in this project. An international client in the midstream and downstream storage facilities for bulk liquids has implemented AX2012.
We have been asked by the Dutch plant to optimise this transition. That is why we have fully built up the data structure and prepared it for implementation. Safety of the installation is of critical importance to the client in this sector. One of the points to which we have given extra attention is therefore the transition of preventive maintenance plans. The frequency and content of these maintenance plans are critically reviewed and optimised against current legislation.
After the successful data implementation, we continued to optimise the structures and to focus on the wishes of the client. The work processes are analysed and improved to make optimal use of the power of the new Enterprise Asset Management system. Subsequently, the users have been educated and trained in the use of the EAM software.
Root Cause Analysis
Due to an unexpected failure at an energyplant, maintenance had to be carried out as quickly as possible. Due to this maintenance, the production units had to be shut down causing a stop to the steam production with direct consequences for the steam customers/users. This interruption resulted in dissatisfied customers.
A government agency has asked STEAM Consultancy's senior business consultant to carry out a review on their maintenance optimisation by means of RCM.
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009
A client in the south of the Netherlands in the manufacturing industry has asked us to migrate their current maintenance registration system to Dynaway EAM. The aim of this project has been internal process improvement, which includes more tightly arranged quality requirements.