Over four months, MaxGrip supported a building materials manufacturer as they transitioned from a legacy EAM to a new solution.

Recent organizational changes required transitioning to a new Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solution as their legacy EAM no longer met their needs. They sought MaxGrip’s guidance to help use this transition as an opportunity to implement a new solution while also addressing additional opportunities for improvement within their organization.

This guidance led to increased workforce efficiency, improved data capturing, and a successful EAM adoption across the entire organization.

Results EAM implementation

Case study – highlights

Approach

MaxGrip performed an Asset Improvement Mapping (AIM) to begin the project, which created a roadmap to address their challenges directly. This roadmap would help ensure the transition was efficient and seamless to minimally interrupt business operations.

We provided the client with a scope that included:

Results

  • 75% increase in maintenance data reporting in the first month of the EAM launch
  • 13.5k man-hours programmed into the new EAM
  • 500 backlogged work orders updated and transferred
  • 468 maintenance plans analyzed based on load/frequency and migrated into the new EAM
  • 17 technicians and professionals trained in EAM usage, workflow, and maintenance data reporting

Get in touch.

Alex Lemuz

Alex Lemuz
Sales Manager - Americas

alex.lemuz@maxgrip.com
T: +1 832-933-1602

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