This series of blog posts walks through short stories about our customers’ experiences and the business value they derive by using our solution on a daily basis.
This blog post series covers short stories about our customers and the business value they get by deploying and using our solution on a daily basis.
In this blog post series, we talk about the stories on how our customers are using FitMachine and the business value they get out of our solution.
As MOVUS rolls out scaled FitMachine deployments, our team gets to hear many stories about how our customers are using FitMachine and the business value they get out of our solution.
One of the most important lessons that we have learnt in our four years of actively selling the FitMachine is the value that a pilot deployment of FitMachine delivers to clients. Deploying FitMachines and beginning the journey to understand asset health is for many clients a paradigm shift in thinking.
In late May the MOVUS engineering team released a major upgrade to our MachineCloud platform. There were a lot of behind-the-scenes changes that set our platform up for the future, and a range of customer facing changes like improved graphing, data loading, and even simpler navigation (less clicks). One small addition that may have gone unnoticed is really important for our customers…
One of the key benefits of continuous condition monitoring is that it acts as an early warning system – giving maintenance teams advance notice of subtle changes that, if left unattended could degrade into more permanent damage or a failure. In late June, one of our chemical and fertiliser manufacturing customers provided feedback to us about an alert they received.
MOVUS received great feedback from one of our global mining customers last week as FitMachine again demonstrated its value as the world’s leading continuous condition monitoring solution. This post is a summary of the conversation between this customer and our global engineering partner ALS (who manage this relationship).
The University of Queensland is one of Australia’s largest and most prestigious Universities with facilities and operations spread around Queensland. Whilst UQ is considered an Ivy League University, it also has a reputation for being an early adopter of innovative technology – so its no wonder UQ was one of MOVUS’s first customers for its world leading continuous condition monitoring solution – FitMachine.
We’ve learnt a lot in the past few years from our existing dashboard and its use with our customers. As MOVUS continues to scale to larger customers with bigger FitMachine fleets, we thought it was the right time to roll out an update to the Customer Dashboard that will lay a strong foundation for future growth.