Agenda: What problems did Coca-Cola have before Asset Information Center? (Why) Information Silos Lack of Mobility Inaccurate or Inconsistent Data How did these problems affect Coca Cola? (tangible business impact) Difficult to access parts and documents Increased Errors Slower Mean-Time-To-Repair What did Metanoia do to help these issues? Asset Information Center Interactive BOM Development…

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Why do OEMs need to modernize the experience of identifying and purchasing parts? Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) often make a majority of their revenue from parts sales, rather than selling the assets themselves.  Due to this, highly competitive industries emerge throughout various equipment types for aftermarket part sales.  This competition forces OEMs to remain competitive…

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Like many asset-intensive organizations, the largest US Bottler was hampered by siloed asset information and closed systems.  Their Planners and Maintenance Technicians juggled parts information from various sources (parts books, SAP, a Document Management System, and physical tags on assets) in order to correctly identify the parts and documents required for Maintenance activities. The laborious…

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The world’s most successful manufacturers and operators always strive to optimize productivity and yield more value from their facilities.  A critical area of this process lies in reducing equipment downtime, which can be helped by quickly finding spare parts information and adding such data into Work Orders.  While paper parts catalogs have long been an…

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