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A new digital service to optimize maintenance

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Siemens

This company has expanded its Digital Enterprise portfolio to include a new digital service for optimizing plant maintenance (photo). The Lifecycle Management Suite facilitates the consistent planning, execution and documentation of all service activities. It is now possible to use the cloud-based system from mobile terminals and immediately document activities in the plant. Furthermore, those responsible for maintenance always have an up-to-date and transparent overview of all service activities and plant states. This enables maintenance to be planned even more efficiently. Users can store all planned and performed service activities in a single system, even on mobile terminals when on site, to ensure consistent data storage. Maintenance managers can use the Lifecycle Management Suite to schedule service activities, create job orders and check their performance to maximize the use of resources and efficient maintenance costs. — Siemens AG, Munich, Germany

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