STRYVE - Demand Driven Maintenance

STRYVE - Demand Driven Maintenance

 

Welcome to STRYVE, the first Demand-Driven Maintenance (DDM) software. STRYVE seeks to revolutionize the way you build and manage your budget by connecting the business with maintenance. It is not just another Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) or Reliability tool. Nor is it a simple dashboard or spreadsheet. It is an intelligent software, designed specifically for asset heavy industries, that optimizes your maintenance performance to the specific demand of your production unit in multiple ways.

STRYVE operates dynamically in the past, present, and future to give you the most complete picture of your performance.

Key benefits

20%

reduction in maintenance task cost

350%

improvement in long term maintenance costs

100%

completion of asset strategies in first 12 months

30%

reduction in operational risk in as little as one budget cycle

 

How it works

STRYVE is unique in the way that it uses data you already have to draw insights that you can’t see in any other system. STRYVE integrates at the cloud level of your IT infrastructure. The robust data model that supports this integration allows STRYVE to link these systems at the lowest common level, typically individual equipment. We support upload of data through basic spreadsheets, with options to fully integrate into existing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and CMMS software. 

The cost data from ERP systems is utilized to trend, analyze, and visualize trends. STRYVE imports existing equipment data from your CMMS and replicates your global asset hierarchy. It also imports and analyzes any equipment maintenance strategies you have, in order to build cost forecasts and future budgets. Reliability data is uploaded and utilized for failure probability distributions, risk forecasting, and asset strategy adjustments. Our optimization algorithms dynamically adjust to the specific constraints you set for your business. 

 

The market demand and/or product prices turned down. You are forced to reduce your current maintenance budget by 20% or even more? We show you how, where and what the potential impact to your current 

The market and product prices are going up. You want to increase your current plant availability to make more money? We show you where you should increase your maintenance spend to support your 

You want to have total transparency of your future cost in maintenance. We deliver you all needed insights with the latest edge on KPIs and benchmarks – adopted to your specific operational 

The analytical capabilities of STRYVE are powered by intelligent algorithms and Qlik Sense Data Analytics ©. These algorithms provide data insight and allow STRYVE to forecast even further into the future than your generated data. For the first time, your site, business line, and even entire company can manage costs before they are incurred with STRYVE´s smart data model and intelligent algorithms.

 

Why are Demand Driven algorithms needed to solve these problems?

 

The Demand Driven Maintenance algorithms developed exclusively for STRYVE use a variety of maintenance task specific inputs to optimize existing equipment strategies based on the overall asset strategy of the site or unit. Assets with a high demand on mechanical availability and variable maintenance cost will often choose to decrease PM / PdM task intervals in order to ensure a higher degree of reliability, despite the increase in overall maintenance cost. Assets with a lower demand or margins, or more rigid maintenance targets, may opt for increased PM / PdM task intervals to decreased planned cost at the expense of a higher risk of failure.

As demand increases, so does the maintenance effort in the plant. This should increase availability, when using a data and risk driven approach. In many cases, demand increases or decreases, but the maintenance effort (spend) remains be stable. This means additional maintenance effort is being put into plants in order to achieve near 100% availability when only 70-80% is needed. In some rare cases clients take cost-cutting measures, resulting in even higher repair cost and lower reliability because of the deferred maintenance tasks. 

 


With STRYVE, processing units can forecast these increases in demand and make early investments to avoid these misaligned cycles. Changes to asset and equipment strategies can occur well in advance of the increase in demand. Units become more profitable as their ability to forecast and adapt to these changes increases. All decisions are backed by data rather than intuition. While we leverage the experience of the users in creating these equipment and asset strategies, our optimization algorithms will take the manual calculation and guess work out of your short and long term planning.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is STRYVE and what is it not? WHAT IS STRYVE AND WHAT IS IT NOT?

What is STRYVE and what is it not?

What is STRYVE and what is it not?

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? WHAT IS ZERO-BASED BUDGETING? AND WHY IS BETTER THAN A SIMPLER APPROACH?

What is zero-based budgeting? And why is better than a simpler approach?

What is zero-based budgeting? And why is better than a simpler approach?

 

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? WHAT ARE THE SHORT TERM AND LONG-TERM BENEFITS OF IMPLEMENTING STRYVE?

What are the short term and long-term benefits of implementing STRYVE?

What are the short term and long-term benefits of implementing STRYVE?

A few long term benefits of STRYVE include:
STRYVE helps identify gaps in CMMS Data. Improvements to OEE lead to an increase in asset availability and reduced life cycle cost of assets. All recurring tasks stay in the system and are automatically applied to future budgets given the assigned time intervals. All future budgets are created automatically, so users can focus on selecting the right tasks and optimizing the asset. Moving to SMRP’s recommendation of proactive vs corrective spend. With the right proactive tasks now, corrective cost will decrease into the future.

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? HOW WILL MAINTENANCE BENEFIT FROM STRYVE?

How will Maintenance benefit from STRYVE?

How will Maintenance benefit from STRYVE?

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? HOW WILL OPERATIONS BENEFIT FROM STRYVE?

How will Operations benefit from STRYVE?

How will Operations benefit from STRYVE?

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? WHAT IS STRYVE REPLACING?

What is STRYVE replacing?

What is STRYVE replacing?

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? WHAT INPUT DATA IS NEEDED FOR STRYVE?

What input data is needed for STRYVE?

What input data is needed for STRYVE?

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? WHY DO WE NEED MAINTENANCE PLANS AND HOW DO THEY INFLUENCE THE BUDGET?

Why do we need maintenance plans and how do they influence the budget?

Why do we need maintenance plans and how do they influence the budget?

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? HOW DOES STRYVE FORECAST OR PREDICT CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE?

How does STRYVE forecast or predict corrective maintenance?

How does STRYVE forecast or predict corrective maintenance?

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? WHAT LIMITATIONS ARE PRESENTED FROM POOR HISTORICAL DATA?

What limitations are presented from poor historical data?

What limitations are presented from poor historical data?

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? IS STRYVE CUSTOMIZABLE FOR MY ORGANIZATION?

Is STRYVE customizable for my organization?

Is STRYVE customizable for my organization?

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What is STRYVE and what is it not? HOW OFTEN SHOULD STRYVE BE USED AND UPDATED?

How often should STRYVE be used and updated?

How often should STRYVE be used and updated?

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Featured Insights

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Colemann O'Malley

Colemann O'Malley

Engineering Maintenance Specialist