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Move from reactive to predictive maintenance and service with the Internet of Things

Predictive maintenance in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations, here’s a head-turning list of what the Internet of Things (IoT) combined with DynaRent Predictive Maintenance and Service software can do for your business:   Reduce equipment maintenance cost Increase asset availability for equipment and parts Improve customer satisfaction via efficiency and precision Generate new service revenue […]

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Dynamics 365 and Power BI: Transforming insight for equipment-driven rental projects

Whether they’re big or small, rental projects for equipment-driven companies usually run on tight margins and deadlines. Efficiency, customer satisfaction, and profit depend on how well you monitor and manage all the details—or rather, how well you use information to optimize both current and future projects.   By combining DynaRent for Dynamics 365 and Microsoft […]

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How mobility, IoT, and ERP can connect crane operators with back-office planning and management

Innovation for crane rental companies: How mobility IoT and ERP can connect crane operators with back-office planning and management   Crane rental projects don’t have room or time for error. If your company is providing machinery, resources, and services for an industrial project, you’re allocating high-value equipment and resources. Even a simple miscommunication can impact […]

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Maintenance isn’t glamorous—but it’s the heartbeat of equipment asset management

Equipment asset management—specifically, maintenance—is quite literally what gives your company a lifecycle to profit from. And maintenance is complex. To start, consider the many types of equipment a single company might own, rent to others, or perhaps provide service for as a third party. Different types of equipment, different usage scenarios, and different customer needs […]

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