Connect people and technology
to improve productivity
FullFact is the OEE company
Customers love FullFact
High production costs?
Constant priority struggle?
No common language?
We continuously improve productivity with our clients, such as:
Ownership triggers improvement
- Better and predictable productivity
- Control over budget
- Improved quality of life and work
Our OEE Toolkit Software enables you to make your operation transparent. With this knowledge, the production manager can make sound decisions; no more shooting from the hip or flavours of the day, but fact-based, demonstrable prioritization. Focussed improvement will boost the effectiveness of your production process. With Overall Equipment Effectiveness at its core.
Pioneers in Overall Equipment Effectiveness
Our OEE Toolkit was the very first enterprise OEE-suite ever (1996), developed by FullFact’s team. As a pioneer we know the needs of operators, mechanics, team leaders and operations managers.
Operational within 24 hours
First results within 24 days
ROI as of 24 weeks
Our latest Overall Equipment Effectiveness news
What are the OEE roles? OEE Information is only useful when it is shared. The production team who create value – operators and their shop floor colleagues – is in the lead. The OEE role of management is to provide the right work environment.
OEE is important because it reveals which machine or process needs to be improved at what point. Without OEE, many losses remain invisible. With OEE you get visibility on all losses on each measured machine.
OEE stands for Overall Equipment Effectiveness or Efficiency. It’s a measurement tool to reveal production losses. Improvement strategies like TPM, Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, or Monozukuri are used to improve OEE rates.
How can we help to improve?
What are your challenges? Cost-reduction? Performance improvement? Lead time? Quality assurance? Curious about what we can achieve with your company? Please connect with us, let’s drink a cup of coffee and learn more about our proposition. Are you new to OEE? Or do you want to know more on the subject?