Before you start with OEE, the following questions should be asked: what is your goal? Which issues do you want to be solved?

Each company is different. Each machine in that business is different. Depending on your local situation, your team will only find what you are willing to look for. The power of OEE software is not determined by the data you collect. What empowers the software is the way these data can be used.

First steps

Powerful analyses begin with powerful definitions and configurations. The better you pre-define the data that need to be collected, the better the potential quality of the collected data to do the right loss-analyses later on. We do not believe in masses and masses of data. At FullFact we prefer to register minimal data. However, the data we do collect must make enhanced loss visualisation possible. This is a prerequisite to find your improvement potential!

Total freedom of configuration

Goal was and still is to visualize ANY loss on ANY machine. This seriously challenges the flexibility in defining loss-registration. The FullFact OEE Toolkit Suite allows total freedom of configuration, supports the OEE Industry Standard, and provides standardisation across machines, departments and plants.

Recent Posts

New partnership with TSS Cross Media Group

New partnership with TSS Cross Media Group

FullFact Solutions, a leading Dutch supplier of OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) and productivity monitoring solutions, and TSS, a leading company with 30+ years of experience in the field of digital visual communication solutions announced their partnership. The...

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What is the ideal OEE score?

What is the ideal OEE score?

Is it better to close the factory below a certain percentage? No, of course not! Or well, maybe that would be better in some cases... But seriously: there is no such thing as ‘an OEE number’ because it can be defined in a thousand different ways. It is generally...

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