Eindhoven, Gent, November 2019.

FullFact Solutions, a leading supplier of OEE software and services, and Wojata, a niche consulting firm, announce their collaboration. Wojata, equipped with the OEE Toolkit package from FullFact, is a 24/7 “external process engineer” for small and medium-sized companies.

“An essential tool for achieving these objectives, without a doubt, is the follow-up of production with Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) analysis. This tool helps the entire organization to get a clear overview of what is happening on the production floor. At FullFact they understand the OEE thoroughly and bundled their experience and knowledge into a complete and user-friendly software package, supported by a strong support team. “We have good practical experience with this package in stimulating production goals. That is why we use the FullFact package as a tool to help companies in different industries improve their production objectives, both in terms of capacity and quality” said Bram Olaerts, director of Wojata.

“We are delighted to work with Wojata because they offer a unique value proposition to a market segment that FullFact, on their own, would never reach. This partnership forms a basis for further expanding our market presence in the Meuse-Rhine Euregion,” said Max. Marinissen, Managing Director of FullFact Solutions.

About Wojata

Wojata is a consultancy firm based in Genk (BE) that helps process and production engineers in small and medium-sized companies that do not have the right tools and techniques to improve their production goals through automated production reports and on-demand process analysis.

About FullFact

FullFact Solutions are the OEE pioneers and experts in the field of OEE software since 1995 with an office in Eindhoven (the Netherlands) and international partnerships. FullFact’s OEE Toolkit serves more than 150 customers in 38 countries and have implemented the software on over 5,000 production lines in a wide range of industries.

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