Software Accelerates Transformation When Designed With That Intent

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Paul McNamara

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The results we help our customers produce with our software is unmatched.

In a marketplace cynical about the claims of software vendors, what this software vendor says about outcomes is actually true.

  • Industry awards for “Customer Value” with results 2X to 3X other asset management companies
  • Customers awards for producing results as much as 4X the next closest continuous improvement project

Our Scireo Accelerated Enterprise Asset Management capabilities and approach are unique in the marketplace. Scireo is transformative for asset management. It helps your teams avoid the grind caused by a lack of capability. We have all of the typical functionality you have come to expect of enterprise asset management solutions, but add three especially powerful capabilities that Connect, Power, and Accelerate your teams past your competition.

CONNECT:  Scireo CONNECTS your team members with integrated workflows that bring transparency to equipment users, their customers, and support functions enabling them all to coordinate, cooperate, and share more quickly and easily.

POWER:  Scireo POWERS your teams with contextual data and knowledge embedded in those workflows enabling teams to make better, faster, and more trustworthy decisions.

ACCELERATE:  Scireo ACCELERATES their performance with algorithms that reduce organizational friction and drag in the workflows caused by costly and destructive behaviors.

Tools have always aided transformation

Humans are tool users. Today’s new tools have the potential to change the game just like they did in previous industrial revolutions. The tools of the last industrial revolution enabled the division of labor and specialization.  Operators and their machines performed standardized work sequenced in assembly lines. Alfred Sloan at GM used these principles to create the hierarchical business structures that are so common today using standardized work and division of labor between departments. GM became the most powerful business in the world in the most powerful industry in the world while crushing the competition.

The 4th Industrial Revolution, Act 1: The Invention of the Computer and the Internet

Computers and the internet are today’s new tools. They’ve been around what seems like a long time but it is only today that we see people and companies learning how to use and exploit them to dominate their space. Setting the stage for today were companies like Microsoft, Apple, and IBM who made personal computers ubiquitous while companies like Cisco laid the infrastructure for the internet and the connection of all those computers.

The 4th Industrial Revolution, Act 2: Domination by Exploiting Computers and the Internet

The group dominating today has learned to use what the previous group invented to produce other competitive advantages. Apple, Alphabet, Facebook and Microsoft are expected to grow their earnings per share greater than all other companies according to Investor’s Business Daily. They are joined in the top 10 most profitable companies by Verizon and AT&T.

In 2019 the founder of Amazon was the richest person in the world overtaking Bill Gates and Warren Buffet.

Each of these companies has invented software that operates on networked computers, including cell phones, taking data input from individual and sensors to dominate their space.

Why The Focus on Transformation Today? Domination of Act 3!

The stakes are enormous. All large companies like those in the Fortune 500 are threatened with extinction by the next company in their space who invents how to exploit networked computers with software that will dominate them as Alphabet/Google, Facebook and Amazon have done in their spaces.

It is a fight for survival and we are only at the beginning of what is possible.

Today’s Software: Unwittingly Stuck in Old Mindsets

Through most of Act 1 and Act 2 software has been designed to produce competitive advantages for the last industrial revolution with the notable exception of the companies who dominated Act 2. It has been used to reinforce the processes, standardized work and habits of the large hierarchical enterprises who dominated the previous industrial revolution but whose structures and methods are too rigid and slow to compete today. Hence, the need for transformation.

Today’s software is often unwittingly designed with a 3rd industrial revolution mindset that reinforces the barriers to coordination, cooperation, and collaboration that was the hallmark of past years.

Accelerated Enterprise Asset Management (aEAM):  Software for the 4th Industrial Revolution

The software must enable the transformation of large bureaucracies into networks of people and assets constantly configuring and reconfiguring to adapt and pivot their complex (many interrelated parts) organizations to successfully cope with the onslaught of constantly evolving threats and opportunities. The software must enable the following.

  • The surfacing of behaviors inconsistent with the operating norms that will produce collaboration, cooperation, and competitive advantages
  • Communication through notifications, escalations, and incentives that break people from their ineffective habits
  • Situation analysis that enables teams to see constantly changing constraints and opportunities that enable them to increase the velocity of their projects
  • Cross department sharing of data AND workflows. There is software available now that makes sharing of data possible “across silos” which is great, the insights from cross-functional data sharing need to trigger workflows between those same cross-functional team members.
  • Integration of knowledge management capabilities (typically a different software package owned by another group) into the team workflows where the knowledge is needed.

How Does Scireo Enable Transformation?

The practices and enabling disconnected-systems & tools of the 3rd Industrial Revolution (IR3) in the context of today’s rapid change lead to behaviors, like hoarding, that are the antithesis of collaboration and thwart innovation leading to uncompetitive practices as shown in the diagram on the left.

Sente’s Scireo platform is an IR4 enabling software suite that enables trust to build between departments which is the launch point for our Culture Change Algorithm, as shown in the diagram below. Read more about our culture-change algorithm here:  We Accelerate Results With our Culture Change Algorithm.

Sente’s Transformative Results

Sente has won numerous customer and industry awards for the value of our solutions relative to their competition. We are not incrementally better, we are better by multiples.

  • 2X increases to speed versus none claimed by typical asset management solutions
  • 3X increases to asset efficiency versus improvements in 5% to 15% increments by typical asset management solutions
  • 4X the financial results of other continuous improvement initiatives leading to multiple customer best practice awards

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