Friday 28 October 2022

Rinami Asset Performance Suite (RAPS) Enhancements

RAPS, the tools that help you to get more from your JD Edwards EnterpriseOne solution, now offer a number of new features.

Maintenance Execution Planner

Maintenance Execution Planner is a new RAPS module that lets planners allocate work orders to resources and schedules, using drag-and-drop. The interface provides a fast and convenient way to update work order assignments and planned start times, without requiring keyboard entry. Of course all updates are stored directly to JDE using the Cantara REST API. 

Maintenance Execution Planner is efficient because it is usable - it saves you time, and reduces planning errors made during data entry. You can rearrange allocated work orders on a timeline, to organize tasks for the day. The tool also provides a visual indication of remaining schedule availability, so you can easily manage workloads.

Service Logic Enhanced

The RAPS Service Logic module now offers an extended range of configuration attributes for each asset, which can be used to identify specialized maintenance requirements. The attributes can be automatically analyzed to define preventative maintenance schedules.

Service Logic gives planners finer control of service schedules, by introducing Cycle Type elements to model multi-step service cycles. Rather than relying on JDE associations, Service Logic assigns priorities to each cycle step, and performs its own forward-planning calculations to select the active step in the cycle. This avoids the problems of parts over-ordering and asset over-servicing.

When maintenance schedules need to be adjusted, Service Logic recognizes that cycle steps need to be handled differently for different circumstances. Rules can be configured, so that when the planned date for one cycle step is adjusted, dates for the other steps are updated automatically. The rules define a range of scenarios, and specify which cycle steps are allowed to be rescheduled. 
For example, you can choose whether schedule changes made to minor services should automatically trigger changes to major service events. Setting up these rules greatly simplifies day-to-day schedule management for large fleets, ensuring that assets are always serviced at correct intervals, and applicable maintenance regulations are complied with.

More Information

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