• 13 Mar, 2017
  • Mobile Inventory

Project Description

Mobile Inventory Solution Provides Energy Company with Quick 61% ROI:
A North American energy company was losing money and identified that their inventory process could benefit from a mobile system. The manual processes they used to manage inventory transactions with contributed to inaccurate data and delays in entering inventory balances into their system. Here’s how they saved $15,000 within two weeks of implementing DataSplice.

Project Specifications:

  • Deployment Type: On-premise
  • Integrated Systems: Maximo
  • Departments: Storerooms
  • Implementation Team: DataSplice
  • Use Case Type: Inventory 

Read the full case study on inventory for oil and gas with DataSplice for Maximo


  • 27 Sep, 2016
  • DataSplice Forms, Mobile Inspections, Mobile Work Orders

Project Description

From the deep waters in the Gulf of Mexico to the Canadian Oil Sands, this midstream corporation connects natural gas supplies and natural gas products to a large market. As the fastest growing interstate pipeline in the US, they need to know everything about their assets. To control and optimize operations for quality and efficiency, they needed an enterprise asset management system and so they selected Maximo. 

Read the Full Midstream Natural Gas Use Case
for Mobile Maximo Assets and Pipeline Inspections

Project Specifications:

  1. Use Case Type: Assets and Pipeline Inspections
  2. System Integration: Maximo and Regulatory systems.
  3. Mobile Software Configuration Type: DataSplice Forms for Inspections
  4. Device Hardware Deployed: Phones,Tablets, PCs
  5. Implementation Team: DataSplice and Ontracks Consulting
  6. Deployment Type: On-premise

  • 08 Sep, 2014
  • Mobile Inventory

Project Description

Fixing the Inventory Leak: Pipeline organizations count on lower shrinkage

Leaking is never a good word in Oil and Gas circles. If items are incorrectly issued, or counted, the leak can reflect on the bottom line. Accurate inventory supports a reliable Maintenance Program, and leaks or shrinkage in the accuracy of the inventory can jeopardize that program.  Adding an easy to use mobile system including bar coding for an oil and gas concern increased the ability to guarantee repairs were completed quickly. By speeding up counts, an ROI was realized in 7 months. And that was before plugging an assumed inventory shrinkage rate of 14%

Project Specifications:

  1. Use Case Type: Pipeline Inventory
  2. Systems Integrated with: Maximo
  3. Mobile Software Configuration Type : Inventory
  4. Implementation Team: DataSplice, Ontracks
  5. Deployment Type: On-premise

  • 14 Aug, 2014
  • Mobile Inspections

Project Description

The “Plains” Truth of Offline Inspections and Condition Monitoring

Inspecting a pumpjack can entail over 80 measurement points per unit. Those great grasshoppers on the plains not often near a cell tower, so all of those points were historically placed on paper, then placed into Maximo and a secondary condition monitoring system well after the fact. DataSplice has developed a system which allows all of that information to be collected in a single application, and uploaded as soon as connectivity is regained. Also, inspectors now have the option of creating corrective work orders in the field, speeding up the repair processes, resulting in a reduction of inspection frequency by 10%.

Project Specifications:

  1. Use Case Type: Pumpjack Inspections, Corrective Maintenance and Preventative Maintenance Work Orders, Asset Audit
  2. Systems Integrated with: Maximo, Custom Condition Monitoring system
  3. Mobile Software Configuration Type :  Inspections and Work Orders(COTS)
  4. Device Hardware Deployed: Intermec I-Safe Windows Mobile Handhelds
  5. Implementation Team: DataSplice
  6. Deployment Type: On-premise

  • 27 Sep, 2013
  • Mobile Inventory

Project Description

Refining the process:
Helping refineries automate their systems quickly and under budget.

Under pressure to increase accuracy without increasing man hours, a refinery implemented DataSplice into their Maximo inventory process. Instead of entering and counting the items directly into Maximo, warehouse staff now uses DataSplice. The crew eagerly accepted the easy to use interface, which eliminated multiple screens and reduced data entry.

The IT staff was amazed at the extremely fast implementation: completed in just a week, and coming in at 50% of their budget. “This frees up many hours for our personnel to focus on inventory accuracy that used to be used for data entry. We are very happy with the solution and wish we would  have done it sooner. The interface to Maximo is seamless, easy to setup, and easy to tweak if changes are made.”

 

 Project Specifications:

  1. Use Case Type: Refinery Inventory
  2. Systems Integrated with: Maximo
  3. Mobile Software Configuration Type : Inventory (COTS)
  4. Device Hardware Deployed: Intermec CK71 (Windows Mobile)
  5. Implementation Team: DataSplice
  6. Deployment Type: On-premise