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Industrial Asset Management

The Asset Management Module in Microsoft Dynamics 365 is your gateway to Maintenance Excellence. At Sprint365, we have an in-depth understanding of the intricate challenges that come with managing industrial assets, and it is our mission to simplifying the entire process as much as possible for you.

Our asset management module is meticulously preconfigured with world-class maintenance practices, integrating a wealth of knowledge derived from internationally accepted standards.

With our preconfigured module you don’t need to consider the details such as how many maintenance request types you require for your setup or what fault data to register. Leave the configuration and maintenance setup to us, so you can continue to focus on the most important activity: maintenance and optimisation of your assets.

With Sprint365, your business gains a number of advantages and benefits

Preconfigured setup

KPI Dashboards

GAP Analysis

Cost Saving

Resource Planning

High Satisfaction

Sensor Data Intelligence

Best Practices

Seamless Integration

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Sprint365 Industrial Asset Management contains a wealth of functionality that will strengthen your business from day 1


The asset register is where you create your asset taxonomy/hierarchy. We help you create your taxonomy, based on the best practices from ISO 14224.


The road to maintenance excellence starts with proper consequence classification of all your assets. We are there to assist you with consequence classification and criticality analysis.


After we have conducted the consequence classification and criticality analysis we move on to creating your maintenance plans. For items with similar failure modes and mechanisms that operate under similar conditions, Generic Maintenance Concepts (GMC) can be developed in order to perform the task selection process more efficiently.

We create maintenance plans for your planned maintenance (PM), but also for corrective maintenance, so your workers know what do do if an unplanned shutdown occurs.



The spare part assessment defines the need for spare parts, and the spare part strategy will be based on results from the consequence classification and other relevant analyses, like reliability analysis and barrier analysis. The PM program gives the type and estimate of the demand rate for spare parts used for PM.

The demand rate and which spare parts are needed for corrective maintenance are more challenging to estimate. We use historical maintenance and inventory transactions, installation-specific data, generic reliability data (e.g., OREDA®), and your maintenance personnel experience.


We are using standardized fault data from ISO 14224 and OREDA, which ensures that you can start registering faults immediately. With fault registration, you can use the data to report and continuously improve your work process. You will know the most common fault type, what equipment it is registered on the most, and why it faulted in the first place.

The faults are available from a dropdown when creating maintenance requests, or you can register when you close out a work order. The faults are specific to the asset type, so if you are registering faults on a pump, the dropdown will only have faults that can exist on a pump.


Using the built-in Planning Board, we help you set up best planning and scheduling practices to help you minimize unproductive work and get more done with the same workforce.


We deliver maintenance insights through Power BI Dashboards.

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