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Contract Production and Transport

Solutions dedicated to areas of contract production, manufacturing companies with specialized designs and constructions, and companies performing vertical (shaft) transport.

Contract Production

AMAGE has solutions and functions dedicated to manufacturing companies with highly specialized products and devices which result from their design work. Areas of power production in accordance with the project presented or developed independently (e.g. electrical switchgears) as well as pipe type projects for technological processes are excellent examples of the usage of our solution. We support the production process requiring continuous identification of objects. During the work, we create contextual documentation and collect all information (inspections, control reports, non-compliance reports) that facilitate conducting FAT inspections. It results in ready documentation and the structure of the resource, which can be transferred to the customer's instance or made available through the Customer Portal.

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DEMO Version, Implementation, Purchase

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Production Structure

Organization of work into contracts, contract scopes, and individual orders allows you to define specific work scopes for a single client and many simultaneously served clients. Separately, it is possible to group constructed elements in the form of an explicit structure of manufactured solutions with the possibility of developing a very detailed structure and parameterization. The ability to import data directly from the material lists of the design systems and maintain synchronization between the project and the implemented components. The additional possibility of identifying elements with barcodes / RFID allows for quick and contextual work.

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Production contracts and tasks structure

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Structure of manufactured components

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Identification of components and easy verification of data completeness

Project Documentation

Possibility to integrate design documentation into the existing structure of manufactured components. Delivering information to production and implementation teams and, ultimately, to the customer (through dedicated Customer Portals). Mapping the documentation provided by project teams (contextual breakdown of multi-page documentation into individual components). Access to documentation from mobile devices during the production and the assembly

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Contextual documentation for the full scope of the project

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Documentation access and updates

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Mapping project documentation to detailed components identified with codes / RFID

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Supervision

Supervision over the implementation of individual structures/projects. Detailed tracking of the implementation progress and production stages, with transferring to the implementation/assembly procedure. Separate paths of supervision over particular stages. Reporting and comparing with the production plan and scope of contract work. Possibility of integration with information from the modules of orders/deliveries and warehouse turnover.

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Supervision templates and performance monitoring

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Tracking and reporting particular stages of work

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Mobile devices for reporting progress

Control Works

Control works compatible with the production process. The use of components identification, inspection plans, and automatic scheduling allows for the development of control work plans at the production stage, at the assembly stage at the customer's site. Full digitization of works (execution using mobile devices, electronic signatures, automatic generation of reports with complete photo documentation). Automation and supervision of the work performed.

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Templates of control works, execution schedule

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Mobile execution, photo documentation, checklists and automation of measurements

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Automatic generation of reports, distribution and integration with the process of supervision over the execution

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Internal Production Control / FAT

Service events are available as part of the internal information flow. Responsibility for proofreading, progress monitoring, and communication automation. Reports specifically related to the manufactured components, with the possibility of tracking work's progress and quickly solving any defects. Automatic checks after completion of repair works.

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Defineable workflows and service event processes

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Responsibility of execution, data history, coordination and notifications

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Linking with the structure of manufactured components, monitoring implementation and timeliness

Manufacturer Support Services

The AMAGE service event system can be extended with the advanced features necessary to run an external/manufacturer service. All information saved in the system allows you to report, register, service, and settle service events as a part of the service contracts with your customers. Categorizing services, materials, and additional works allows for the accurate financial settlements of notifications. An extensive mechanism of service protocols will allow you to register all customer visits and repairs at the service center. The system integrates with the control and inspection cards mechanism, providing full information on the carried out works for the client's resources. All this information can be made available, to a limited defined by the user extent, to the customer through a dedicated Customer Portal.

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Service events

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Service protocols

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Customer Portal

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Vertical Transport (shaft)

One of the specialized solutions based on the AMAGE system allows horizontal transport management for many shafts at the same time. A transparent and fair system allows tracking the ongoing transports, verifies work carried out for related contracts with subcontractors, and solves the problem of transport scheduling for constantly incoming orders. The system simplifies all needs for information access and facilitates work for shaft employees. Reporting through mobile devices allows you to track all, even those additional transports.

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Contracts and transport plans

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Supervision of transport performance

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Reports on over-execution/transfers