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Alarms Management Whitepaper, The Future Is Now

Remote Equipment Alarms
Management Solution Overview 

Alarms Service Bureau Cost Reduction through Automated Processing
and Dispatch of Work Orders and Corrective Actions

Verisae’s Remote Equipment Alarms Management solution demonstrates how organizations can drive great value through effective alarms processing. This solution aggregates the management of alarms from several sources such as fuel stations, car washes, lighting systems, refrigeration, elevators, and more.

The Equipment Alarm Management software reduces overall volume by filtering, evaluating, and removing duplicate, nuisance, or spurious alarms. This reduces overall volume and helps to quickly identify the alarms that should be addressed. In the following pages, you will learn what the Verisae equipment alarms software does and how it benefits organizations.

equipment alarms managementVerisae Remote Alarms Management software combines logic for intelligent monitoring, alarm inquiry and evaluation, and eventual dispatch of service personnel to fix the issues. These processes work in concert to reduce alarm volumes from millions, to hundreds of thousands, to a few thousand that require corrective actions. These reductions drive down service bureau dramatically for large organizations.

Knowing Which Equipment Alarms Really Matter

Verisae typically encounters two situations across complex organizations. They either have no equipment alarms management system in place, with no visibility, and no control over issues that waste resources, retail goods, and employee time, or retailers have a mix of control systems, call centers, or service bureaus.

Each piece of equipment is generating different alarm types that are all managed by different internal or external resources. Both situations have inefficiencies that add up to millions of dollars each year.

Aggregating and Processing All Equipment Alarms with One Solution

The more progressive organizations store, aggregate, and analyze equipment alarms across a myriad of disparate control systems in an attempt to make decisions centrally. They look across the organization to reduce product loss and operational expenses.