Easily Aligning with ISO 14224
Does your business need or want to improve your asset hierarchy by aligning with standards such as ISO 14224?
We can help make compliance easy.
NRX AssetHub provides a software solution designed to help a wide-range of asset-intensive companies quickly ensure ISO 14224 conformance. NRX AssetHub provides a staging area where the easy-to-use interface lets customers drag and drop objects into the correct place in the visual hierarchy. The copy and paste functionality also makes it easy to replicate common data.
NRX AssetHub provides maintenance and reliability professionals at asset-intensive businesses with world-class software solutions for analyzing, visualizing, building, editing, organizing, approving, and sustaining high-quality Asset and Maintenance Data for the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Computerized Maintenance Management (CMMS) systems. We help our customers get their EAM/CMMS data right.
Let’s take a closer look at how our customers have used and benefited from using NRX AssetHub to align their asset hierarchy with ISO 14224.
Easily Align the Asset Hierarchy with ISO 14224 Guidelines
NRX AssetHub provides a staging area where the easy-to-use interface lets customers drag and drop objects into correct place in the visual hierarchy. The copy and paste functionality makes it easy to replicate common data.
Quickly Identify Any Equipment that Does Not Comply
NRX AssetHub uses rules to determine conformance with the ISO 14224 standard, and flags any objects that do not comply. Users can search for anomalies not adhering to the standard, so they can take corrective action. Intelligence search and find capabilities make locating any object in the hierarchy simple.
Take Advantage of Out-of-the-Box ISO Classes and Characteristics
NRX AssetHub makes it faster to assign ISO 14224 classes by packaging compliant classes and characteristics for equipment and functional locations. Simply load the classes into NRX AssetHub. The visual user interface helps you quickly assign classes and characteristics to objects.
NRX AssetHub lets you use intelligent suggestions to speed the process of associating classes with equipment by recommending matches for equipment with similar properties. Copy and paste functionality, and bulk operations help users to apply changes to groups of objects quickly and easily.
Easily Track the Progress of the Project
As the project progresses, NRX AssetHub’s intelligent filtering can be used to locate any equipment missing required data. Users run the Data Quality Analysis report to measure both the completeness of the data, and its accuracy. Comprehensive audit reports also provide a record of all changes made so accountability is maintained.
Export Data Ready to Load into an EAM, CMMS, or RCM System
NRX AssetHub allows customers to export their data in formats ready to load into an EAM, CMMS or RCM system. When the project is completed, or iteratively throughout the project, users can easily export some or all of the data, and resync it in their CMMS or EAM system, ready for the next phase of ISO 14224 implementation.
Key Benefits Realized:
- We help our customers save at least 50%of the time and cost typically incurred preparing and validating data for ISO 14224 compliance.
If you would like to find out more about how NRX AssetHub can help you easily align your asset hierarchy with standards such as ISO 14224, give us a call.
If you would like to find out about this solution or the many other ways NRX AssetHub can help your business, check out the link: http://www.nrx.com/solutions/
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