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The 8 hidden gems of Coswin 8i

Posted on 2017-11-9

The 8 hidden gems of Coswin 8i

This Tip & Tricks is dedicated to 8 advanced yet little-known standard features of the Coswin 8i plant maintenance solution.

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Features of bluebee®

Posted on 2017-03-8

Features of bluebee®

bluebee® is a unique tool designed “for the worker of tomorrow” to capture information from the field. By enforcing systematic recording of failures, non-compliances, and work done, the integrated bluebee® solution provides a technical knowledge base to support technical teams’ daily work and to facilitate management decisions.

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BIM for facility life-cycle management: beyond the hype

Posted on 2016-07-4

BIM for facility life-cycle management: beyond the hype

One year ago, we announced that Siveco was tripling its investment in China. The main purpose of this investment was to strengthen our Maintenance 4.0 solutions for ultra-high buildings and infrastructure projects. BIM is fast becoming mandatory in large buildings and infrastructure projects, but its actual usage for operation and maintenance remains an open question.

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About maintenance and CMMS market surveys

Posted on 2014-10-31

About maintenance and CMMS market surveys

From time to time, we come across customers who have read market surveys from very famous market analysts, usually American companies such as the Gartner Group, ARC Advisory Group and the likes.

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Why a CMMS? Lessons from a more mature maintenance market

Posted on 2013-02-27

Why a CMMS? Lessons from a more mature maintenance market

At Siveco China we tend to emphasize how the Chinese maintenance market is different from that of the more mature Western economies, differences we have come to call “maintenance with Chinese characteristics”.

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Two schools of thought on the evolution of the Chinese maintenance market

Posted on 2012-11-1

Two schools of thought on the evolution of the Chinese maintenance market

Listening to the various speakers at the 8th Annual Process Industry Engineering and Maintenance Congress, and talking to attendees during the breaks, one could clearly distinguish two schools of thought on how the Chinese maintenance market will evolve. One is based on applying a Western models and waiting for China to adapt to it. The other believes in inventing new ways, “with Chinese characteristics”.

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