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Dynaway EAM for Microsoft Dynamics AX® With Dynaway Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), you are in a position to efficiently and continuously plan maintenance of your production equipment. You reduce the risks of machine downtime and unplanned production stops, resulting in improved production performance. If your company manages service agreements and performs maintenance and repair jobs on customer equipment, you are able to solve those tasks effectively and efficiently using our Dynaway Asset Service Management (ASM) solution.

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Improve KPIs with Dynaway EAM Does your company face the challenge of reducing costs on production equipment? Today, production sites are heavily dependent on machinery running continuously on the factory floor. That means that machine malfunctions, interruptions, and production stops increase production costs and have a crucial impact on a company’s market position and competitive edge.

Dynaway EAM features With Dynaway EAM you will be able to answer important questions such as:

99 How much time do you use on run-in procedures on a machine? 99 How many resources are used for planned and non-planned maintenance tasks? 99 How often and for how long do you register downtime on a machine? 99 What are the typical failures registered on your production equipment? 99 What are the maintenance costs of the machine? 99 Which spare parts do you need to have on stock? 99 What is the life expectancy of the machine?

Customers say stem, Microsoft Dynamics AX. This integration has taught us a lot of things that we think will ultimately help the rest of the Daka Group. The solution gathers information for us, so we are getting better and better at maintaining our production facilities. This is true of the many pumps that keep everything circulating through the plant. We get information about which repairs we have made on individual pumps, and even though we have only been operating for a few years, we are building a knowledge base that enables us to predict what the equipment needs to perform optimally.” Eric Mansic, Factory Manager Dantherm DAKA Biodiesel

”We want to minimize sudden maintenance events and optimize scheduled maintenance programs. This is why we implemented Dynaway EAM. It helps us optimize maintenance costs, and it uses a very detailed plan that continually indicates which components need service or maintenance. The solution also allows us to pool maintenance tasks so we minimize the number of long production stops. It’s like giving the entire plant an extra lube job. Everything integrates with our inventory and ERP sy-

“The Asset Service Management solution was added on top of our Microsoft finance system. Integration between the two systems gives us a good overview of our service technicians and the spare parts they need in the field – and this really makes a difference since we have sold more than half a million air conditioners to mast operators around the world.” Henrik Hersted, After Sales Support Manager

Asset Service Management If your company manages service agreements and performs maintenance and repair jobs on customer equipment, you are able to solve those tasks effectively and efficiently using Dynaway Asset Service Management (ASM).

Dynaway EAM allows you to easily manage typical tasks relating to maintenance of your production equipment. During setup of your production equipment in EAM, you create machines (objects) and object locations for each company site.

Objects as well as object locations can be created in a hierarchical structure. Furthermore, you specify technical data relating to the objects, for example, instructions, checklists, and approved spare parts, failure types, and maintenance sequences.

Maintenance planning

Preventive maintenance

Handle planning of maintenance employees using work order scheduling. Who is available? Do we dispose of the required tools to perform the task? Do we have the required spare parts on stock?

Handle preventive maintenance by using maintenance sequences, which are based on calendar (date, time, day,...), counters (produced units, hours, miles,...), and equipment condition.

Maintenance execution

Corrective maintenance

Keep track of maintenance execution using, for example work order reports, checklists, condition assessment, and registration of hours, costs, and spare part consumption.

Perform corrective maintenance by handling service requests, creating and executing work orders.

Follow up on maintenance tasks Follow up on production equipment maintenance comparing actual costs to budget and analyzing performance history including fault registrations and related corrections.

Certified for Microsoft Dynamics The Certified for Microsoft Dynamics (CfMD) program identifies third-party solutions that have met Microsoft’s highest standards for Dynamics implementations. Earning this logo assures that the solution:

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Was developed by a certified and reputable Independent Software Vendor Was designed for a unique business and industry need Has been tested for seamless integration with Microsoft Dynamics Has been used and recommended by other companies Is low-risk, fast to implement, and simple to maintain Is properly supported and protected Meets industry-specific requirements and local language, tax, and governmental regulations

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Enterprise Asset Management module for Microsoft Dynamics AX