• Intrepid Potash utilizes Mincom Ellipse 5.2.3.7 for its EAM system. The complexity of the Ellipse user interface was resulting in system under-utilization and increased material / training costs for Intrepid.
  • When BNSF Railway engaged DTS, BNSF Railway had been utilizing multiple procurement systems: a legacy system that had a number of customizations over the years, a web-based electronic procurement system, and Mincom Ellipse
  • Arch Coal has a very diverse operation, ranging from underground mines in West Virginia to surface coal mines in Wyoming. With the diversity in operations came diversity in process.
  • In 2006, the United States Coast Guard (USCG) and Lockheed Martin approached DTS with a very unique and complex set of issues around the implementation of an EAM system as part of the Deepwater Program.
  • Leading up to DTS’ involvement with Vale, the organization had made several acquisitions of other mining companies.
  • Vale Inco implemented a very structured and disciplined front line planning and scheduling process for operations, production and maintenance that required end users to use the underling ERP / EAM...
  • In 2000, Rio Tinto Energy America (RTEA) – formerly Kennecott Energy Company – came to DTS with a lofty challenge. RTEA recognized that their ERP system had some level of planning and scheduling capability for work orders, but it really had no ability to...
  • Goldcorp Inc. Musselwhite mine utilizes a version of the ERP / EAM system Ultramain®. Musselwhite’s challenge is to increase the user base of leads, technicians, planners and administrative staff in the areas of work order...
  • ASARCO utilizes Mincom MIMS 4.1. In day to day usage, training and user-friendliness are ongoing issues. Due to the complex nature of creating warehouse requisitions using MIMS, many requisitions are...
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