CMMS Data Build and Optimization

Building for performance excellence

A safe asset is a reliable asset, and a reliable asset depends on reliable data from the CMMS.

At Add Energy, we utilize our cross industry expertise and experience to help plants build and optimize CMMS data, providing a quality assured and proven approach to efficient and effective asset management.


Utilizing Add Energy's engineering team to develop or optimize a maintenance and integrity management regime is proven to unlock the following benefits:

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Save time

Save up to 30% on time and cost required to complete a build through use of proven processes and master data build technology

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CMMS build software

Gain access to our highly effective proprietary CMMS build software to adhere to a safe, automated and transparent “blockchain process” for data build and optimization

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Independent expertise

Assure you do the right maintenance, at the right time, with the right materials - no more, no less; offering best value for money, derived from independent experts

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World class solutions

Gain access to world class maintenance standards developed by one of the largest pools of asset management subject matter experts in the industry

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Tested and scalable

Utilize a tried and tested scalable solution which has been successfully implemented across oil and gas, power generation, renewable, utility, marine, mining and manufacturing facilities

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Cost effective

We are uniquely placed to offer cost effective solutions to the development of asset management, maintenance and integrity strategies, commercially off the shelf - adapted to the client environment

How we can help

Add Energy offers full coverage and flexibility on our data management approach to building, optimizing and implementing maintenance and integrity management regimes.

We provide an end-to-end solution, from equipment identification, maintenance and materials allocation and scheduling, through to the generation of CMMS upload templates for new build projects, existing operating assets and assets in decommissioning.


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New Plant

Maintenance and integrity management regime build and implementation

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Operational Plant

Optimization of existing maintenance and integrity management regimes

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Plants in Decommissioning

Safe rationalization of maintenance, materials and integrity management programs

How we deliver

Our team of multidisciplinary CMMS build experts can transact in multiple CMMS’ and ERPs. We are conversant in SAP, Maximo, IFS, Engica, AMOS and others.


We work in partnership with new and existing operating plants through a variety of delivery models:

Do it for you

Add Energy will manage and deliver the entire maintenance and integrity build, from data compilation from EPC’s or systems to upload of the regime to the CMMS. Utilizing a team of dedicated and qualified build professionals and software, Add Energy will engage with you at key stage gates in the project, to ensure operations readiness and assurance is achieved alongside your maintenance and integrity team who will own and sustain the result.

Do it with you

Add Energy can integrate as part of a client's internal CMMS build team, providing the existing team with a capability upgrade through expert advice, manpower, best in class data standards and strategies required for a successful, optimized and sustainable build. We can also act as the primary integrator with the EPC to assure the required engineering data is obtained in the correct format and is aligned with expected standards in a timely manner, to create a quality CMMS build. We have successfully delivered this support both remotely and on site.

License our software to you

Add Energy has developed a blockchain approach CMMS build in the form of a collaborative, cloud-based CMMS build software - Effio, which is available for licensing. Effio is capable of saving up to 30% on time required to complete a build or optimization project, helping ensure a cost-effective, timely and quality solution. Providing full control over master data and management of change.

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Advise you

Our subject matter experts can be contracted on an adhoc basis for advice on strategy and implementation tactics. This can range from maintenance philosophy facilitation to a 3rd party review of an existing or ongoing build. With experience of delivering over 200 CMMS build and optimization projects, our team can offer valuable insights and recommendations on how to assure the master data and subsequent maintenance and integrity regime is set up for success and sustainability.

Software

Award-winning asset management software designed by maintenance, integrity, and materials management experts

Through decades of consulting and delivery of maintenance and asset performance improvement programs, Add Energy has significantly invested into the research and development of a suite of asset management and optimization software solutions, which have been built in house and in collaboration with industry and academia.

Add Energy’s value driven approach to developing optimized maintenance and integrity management regimes has achieved impressive results:

  • We are the contract holder of the worlds largest maintenance build and optimization project for BP, covering over 2 million tags worldwide

  • Our Effio software is capable of saving up to 30% on time required to complete a build or optimization project when compared to traditional methodologies

  • We have delivered over 200 maintenance build and optimization projects globally, across multiple industries, showcasing our tried and tested approach

Key contacts

Susan Steyn

Susan Steyn

Vice President - USA, Canada

Asset and Integrity Management

The Americas

The Caribbean

Susan.steyn@addenergygroup.com
Andrew Gardiner

Andrew Gardiner

Sales Manager

Asset and Integrity Management

Europe

Middle East

andrew.gardiner@addenergy.no
Natalie Macrae

Natalie Macrae

Global Business Development Manager

Asset and Integrity Management

Africa

Asia Pacific

natalie.macrae@addenergy.no
Afia Mcclenaghan

Afia Mcclenaghan

Commercial Manager

Asset and Integrity Management

Canada

afia.mcclenaghan@addenergy.no

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST IN CMMS DATA BUILDING SOLUTIONS

By registering your interest, you can:

  • Speak to one of our experts to learn more about our solutions

  • Request a quotation

  • Receive ongoing insights and advice around CMMS data best practice and cost saving initiatives

  • Learn more about our CMMS build software

Asset and Integrity Management Blog

Building competency for the future: showcasing the importance of learning while you work during Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021

01 Mar 2021

Building competency for the future: showcasing the importance of learning while you work during Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021

Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021 is a time to share the value apprenticeships can bring to individuals, employers and the economy. The theme for 2021is Business Backing Talent, showcasing the great things that happen when employers back talent through apprenticeships.

At Add Energy we have found that supporting apprentices through their studies has brought a wealth of benefits to both our team of apprentices and our company, from upskilling our people through formal learning and development opportunities to improving the productivity of our business functions and thus the quality of our services to our clients.

As part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week, our team of Add Energy apprentices have shared their experiences as well as the benefits of learning while you work.

Victory: Software developers from the University of Salford secure 1st place following a 3-week software "Hackathon" event to develop Add Energy led concept

19 Feb 2021

Victory: Software developers from the University of Salford secure 1st place following a 3-week software "Hackathon" event to develop Add Energy led concept

The University of Salford’s annual HackCamp event, moved to a virtual platform in 2021, seeing 160 undergraduate computing students work together and compete to build industry software systems being led by 11 industry partners, including TOTAL E&P, Add Energy and HR in One.

At Add Energy, we recognize the importance of innovation, technology and digitalization and invest significant effort into the research and development of software solutions, which is why we were so honored to be able to be part of this important event for upskilling up-and-coming developers.

As a consultancy business to the energy sector and beyond, we are uniquely positioned to provide insights to shared challenges plant operators face, enabling us to suggest concepts and guidance for developing solutions that will provide students with experience of solving real-world industry challenges.

Peter Adam our EVP, R&D Manager; Hossein Ghavimi and our Learning Delivery Lead, Mike Meen worked closely with and mentored their assigned group of student developers during a 3 week ‘hackathon’ as they applied research of tailoring agile software development methods and familiarized themselves with techniques for communicating and presenting work to their HackCamp partner clients.

The competition was judged by a panel of industry professionals and we were delighted to see the 1st place prize go to the group who developed Add Energy’s concept into cloud-database-driven dashboard for risk management, impressing the judges with their original use of web scraping and the possibility for the inclusion of machine learning to identify future risks.

Real-life accounts: Demonstrating the importance of accurate CMMS data for safe, efficient and effective maintenance management

16 Feb 2021

Real-life accounts: Demonstrating the importance of accurate CMMS data for safe, efficient and effective maintenance management

David Logie recently joined the Add Energy team as an Engineer within our Asset and Integrity Management division. With a background in mechanical maintenance in the energy sector, we wanted to chat with David to learn about the challenges he faced working within a fast-paced maintenance environment, and uncover his lessons learned and tips for ensuring maintenance is conducted as effectively and efficiently as possible.

Techniques and advice to optimize maintenance execution in a COVID-19 environment

11 Feb 2021

Techniques and advice to optimize maintenance execution in a COVID-19 environment

As a result of the ongoing global pandemic, the ability to resource for maintenance execution has become a challenge for many companies and has resulted in a significant increase in maintenance backlog.

When there is a bow-wave of work to manage, it is crucial to look for opportunities to prioritize and liquidate work effectively, based on risk and capacity.

A backlog prioritization model or study will determine the risks associated with delaying the work further and will facilitate the decision-making process to determine which work orders should be executed as a priority. Once this has been established, companies can apply execution techniques to liquidate the maintenance in the most efficient and effective way possible.

In this blog, Add Energy’s Senior Consultant, Emeka Onuh discusses how routing, sequencing, and packaging maintenance work orders can make maintenance execution much more efficient, and the profound effects it can have on improving plant and system availability, maintenance team productivity as well as safety.

While most organisations utilize these methods to some degree, they are often disjointed or misunderstood. We recommend viewing this as a combined strategy, with all three elements being reviewed and implemented, to get the most value for your business. Here are some of his top tips on how to successfully implement all three methods.

WE ARE EXPANDING OUR POOL OF RELIABILITY, INTEGRITY AND PROCESS SAFETY EXPERTS

22 Jan 2021

WE ARE EXPANDING OUR POOL OF RELIABILITY, INTEGRITY AND PROCESS SAFETY EXPERTS

To service up coming projects for our global clients we are in the process of expanding our pool of reliability, integrity and process safety engineers.

Learn more about the positions below and how to apply.

Losing your marbles? Striking the perfect balance between cost cutting and risk mitigation

20 Jan 2021

Losing your marbles? Striking the perfect balance between cost cutting and risk mitigation

Ongoing challenges relating to a global pandemic and subsequent low oil price have significantly enhanced the focus on how assets can be run more efficiently. But efficiently doesn’t just mean the lowest cost model, it must include maintaining acceptable risk profiles, and regardless of the challenges and limitations, there are always improvement opportunities to be realized.

In my own experience, I have seen significant improvements identified on both new and mature plants. Savings on older assets, have been in excess of $20M per year, by removing non-value adding maintenance, and for newer plants, savings of $500k+ by modifying the maintenance schedules and spares requirements dictated by the OEMs, moving to maintenance that is tailored to the operating criteria and design intent.

Top considerations for a successful training session that maximizes your investment

07 Jan 2021

Top considerations for a successful training session that maximizes your investment

Research shows that delegates are more receptive to training when they have a clear understanding of why they are there and how the training will help both themselves and the business

Success: Unlocking opportunities through cutting-edge technology

18 Dec 2020

Success: Unlocking opportunities through cutting-edge technology

Joining the team less than 18 months ago, Susan Steyn, Add Energy’s Vice President of North America, could not have predicted the challenges that the region would face during 2020.

Based in the Houston office, Susan led her team through a turbulent year. From political unrest, racism protests, severe weather issues, and low oil prices, the team had a lot to handle before even factoring in a global health pandemic.

In this article, Susan takes a look back over the last 12 months and discusses how 2020 was her most successful year to date, lessons learned and her plans for the future.

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