Optimized maintenance scheduling
for improved uptime and production
Maintenance scheduling can be tricky. Many organizations perform either too much maintenance too early, or too little too late. Both carry serious negative consequences: the first leads to unnecessarily high maintenance costs, while the second may cause unpredictable equipment failure which could undermine production.
DSO/Maintenance saves time and effort by automatically scheduling preventive, corrective, time-based, or breakdown maintenance work orders. It works with your computerized maintenance management system to optimize maintenance schedules, maximizing maintenance productivity ("time on tool") while ensuring that operations are not unnecessarily interrupted.
Replacing hours of manual effort, the DSO optimizer balances trade-offs and ensures that all operational business rules and constraints are met in your maintenance schedule. The benefits?
- Efficient, effective maintenance scheduling, eliminating the need for multiple applications or spreadsheets and time-consuming manual calculations
- Equipment that works reliably and maximizes production throughput.
- Maximized time on tool
Maximize Asset Performance
Maintain equipment on a regular basis, or resolve faults rapidly. DSO/Maintenance ensures that you are up and running with minimum impact on production.
Shrink Schedules and Reduce Costs
Match resources to maintenance goals to reduce or eliminate backlog and minimize costs.
Know Before You Act
DSO/Maintenance features a powerful “what if?” evaluation capability that may be applied to any maintenance schedule, so that you can rapidly generate and assess multiple scenarios, and select the optimal alternative.
Respond to Reality
In the real world, parts break, corrosion takes place, and maintenance jobs rarely go exactly as planned. DSO/Maintenance takes changes in stride, optimizing resources on an ongoing basis based on new information.
You've got QUESTIONS?
Can we maintain production targets with fewer maintenance resources?
Can we arrange maintenance activities in a way that reduces overall downtime?
How much more uptime (and production) could be achieved by adding more crew resources?
What can we do to minimize production loss when a breakdown occurs in one area?