iSolutions International Asset Management Software for Mining Equipment
iSolutions develops, markets and deploys AMT asset management software, a top-quality asset management tool for mining equipment. iSolutions has been developing software to help mining companies reduce asset lifecycle costs since 1997.
Mining equipment management software
AMT is amongst the most widely used equipment management software for mining, with an estimated 50% of the world’s mobile mining equipment tracked by the software.
AMT technology is considered the best in its category for long-term maintenance planning, short-term maintenance planning, maintenance execution, budgeting and forecasting, the optimisation of maintenance strategy, maintenance reporting and condition-based monitoring.
iSolutions has a proven track record of managing large, global projects and has offices in Australia and South Africa, and representation in North and South America.
Equipment lifecycle costing and forecasting
Lifecycle costing, particularly dynamic lifecycle costing, is transforming the way that mining companies track equipment performance, and these principles are the foundation of AMT technology.
Once established, dynamic lifecycle costing allows asset managers to quickly and easily forecast costs, labour, component and availability. Furthermore, the methodology enables strategy optimisation, long-term resource planning, component risk management, economic life evaluation and budgeting.
Management and maintenance of mobile equipment
Seasoned mobile equipment managers will quickly recognise the familiar equipment structures in AMT, making it easier to adopt the technology, and the intuitive user interface will be easy for new users to navigate. Combined with the advanced capability to efficiently manage equipment fleets, AMT will keep your plant running day after day.
AMT is the number one choice for managing mobile equipment with its easy visualisation of work, targeted backlog management and event-driven maintenance. AMT is the industry standard work management tool for mobile assets, which is why it is used by major companies such as Caterpillar, Komatsu and Hitachi.
Enterprise resource planning systems
Significant investments have been made in implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems such as SAP, Oracle, JDE and Maximo. AMT’s modular architecture allows mining companies to enhance the functionality of ERP systems. If you already have a planning system, AMT can work with this and still give the rich equipment management functionality that your ERP does not provide, such as first principles budgeting, strategy optimisation, long-term component planning and lifecycle costing.
iSolutions is a SAP certified integrator and Oracle Gold partner, and can help integrate AMT with your enterprise systems. AMT has also been integrated into many other systems, including Ellipse, SysPro, DBS, Maximo, Infor M3 and many others.
About iSolutions in the mining industry
iSolutions’ AMT technology is endorsed by Caterpillar for use with its mining equipment. The company’s other blue chip customers include:
- Caterpillar dealers
- Newmont Mining
- Downer EDI Mining
- Newcrest Mining
- BHP Billiton
Products and Services
AMT Asset Management Tool
AMT is the leading asset management software for mobile mining equipment. AMT software is used by Caterpillar, Komatsu and Hitachi to manage some of the largest mining equipment fleets in the world, including sites such as KCGM, Curragh and Newman.
AMT Focus: Lifecycle Management
AMT Focus: lifecycle management works in conjunction with your ERP or eAM to deliver strategic asset management capability. Cost savings and performance improvements result from analysing consolidated and integrated data using AMT's advanced reporting and analytics outputs.
The world's third-largest Caterpillar dealer Sime Darby Industrial (SDI) has selected iSolutions' AMT software to complement its Microsoft Dynamics AX (AX) for equipment management. Sime Darby operates Caterpillar dealerships across more than 140 branches in ten countries through the Asia Pacific region, including Hastings Deering in Queensland, Australia.Read more