Monthly Archives: February 2014

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Landmark product release puts users of Isograph’s Availability Workbench™ just one click away from saving even more time, energy and cost in their asset management and maintenance programs.

Global Reliability and Asset Management consulting firm, ARMS Reliability has released the Reliability Integration Tool – a powerful new software tool with global application in the resource, utilities, power and transport industries.

The Reliability Integration Tool™ equips reliability engineers and asset managers with the power to seamlessly upload and download data between Isograph’s Availability Workbench and their CMMS system. Read More →

Some successful implementations of Continuous Improvement (“CI”) use the approach known as Kaizen (#1). One of the core principles of Kaizen is self-reflection of processes, which is also known as “Feedback”. The purpose of CIP is the identification, reduction, and elimination of suboptimal processes in other words is to become Efficient. Becoming efficient is achieved through incremental steps or evolutionary change (#2) if you follow Kaizen.

The purpose of this article is to introduce how Availability WorkbenchTM (“AWB”) can be used to achieve each of the three Kaizen aspects of Continuous Improvement namely, Feedback, Efficiency and Evolutionary change. Firstly we begin with Feedback.

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