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Fortune 500 Innovators
Accelerate Digital Transformation with
DIGITAL KNOWLEDGE TECHNOLOGY™

GE, Chevron, Maersk and Shell are industry leaders at the forefront of innovation with a commitment to drive digital transformation by optimizing all high value assets and workflows across the enterprise. These innovators have moved beyond big data analytics and have adopted Digital Knowledge Technology™, pioneered by Maana.

The Maana Knowledge Platform™ enables enterprises to accelerate digital transformation by optimizing assets and workflows three to ten times faster than any other technology.

“With Maana we are able to solve some of Shell’s toughest asset optimization challenges 3X faster than we have in the past.”

– Johan Krebbers
IT CTO & VP TaCIT Architecture

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“With Maana’s Knowledge Platform, we are continuously creating and enhancing a layer of enterprise knowledge on top of our IT and operations technology data silos.”

– Ibrahim Gokcen
Chief Digital Transformation Officer

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67%

Reduction in unnecessary parts ordered for field service maintenance

65%

Improvement in accounts receivable collections

5%

Reduction in major asset downtime

How the Maana Knowledge Platform Accelerates Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation Initiatives

oil-corrosion

This global Fortune 10 company wanted to reduce risks from equipment failures to unplanned downtime, by capturing the expertise of corrosion engineers about the downstream process of refining crude oil.

The company has reduced maintenance cost and unplanned equipment downtime, by creating a custom application used by corrosion engineers to easily search for a particular crude, and discover all the relevant information related to lessons learned and risk mitigation strategies.

The Health and Safety group at a global Fortune 100 oil and gas company wanted to mitigate risks associated with day to day operations at worksites to reduce on-site accidents and unplanned project costs.

By combining, indexing and making key knowledge accessible through a unified application, workers can now easily enter a task and get back the most likely job codes along with all the known risks and mitigations by probability, thereby avoiding unplanned risks and related accidents or cost implications.

oil-corrosion

This global Fortune 10 company wanted to reduce risks from equipment failures to unplanned downtime, by capturing the expertise of corrosion engineers about the downstream process of refining crude oil.

The company has reduced maintenance cost and unplanned equipment downtime, by creating a custom application used by corrosion engineers to easily search for a particular crude, and discover all the relevant information related to lessons learned and risk mitigation strategies.

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The Health and Safety group at a global Fortune 100 oil and gas company wanted to mitigate risks associated with day to day operations at worksites to reduce on-site accidents and unplanned project costs.

By combining, indexing and making key knowledge accessible through a unified application, workers can now easily enter a task and get back the most likely job codes along with all the known risks and mitigations by probability, thereby avoiding unplanned risks and related accidents or cost implications.

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For a leading shipping company, each port omission decision can cost several hundreds of thousands of dollars. Management wanted to make better decisions based on all available information sources in the shortest time.

Maana provided key decision makers with an application that simulates the most optimized re-routing options for a given omitted port.  This enables the most accurate re-routing decision and reduces the decision-making time from 6 hours to 60 seconds.

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A multibillion-dollar division of a Fortune 100 company wanted to improve field service efficiencies by reducing unnecessary parts ordered by field engineers. Unnecessary parts ordered were tying up cash to the tune of $30 million per year.

The Maana Knowledge Platform gathered inputs from the service inventory management and demand planning software to create an application used by sales engineers that reduced unnecessary parts ordered by 67%.

For a leading shipping company, each port omission decision can cost several hundreds of thousands of dollars. Management wanted to make better decisions based on all available information sources in the shortest time.

Maana provided key decision makers with an application that simulates the most optimized re-routing options for a given omitted port.  This enables the most accurate re-routing decision and reduces the decision-making time from 6 hours to 60 seconds.

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oil-corrosion

A multibillion-dollar division of a Fortune 100 company wanted to improve field service efficiencies by reducing unnecessary parts ordered by field engineers. Unnecessary parts ordered were tying up cash to the tune of $30 million per year.

The Maana Knowledge Platform gathered inputs from the service inventory management and demand planning software to create an application used by sales engineers that reduced unnecessary parts ordered by 67%.

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A division of an industrial Fortune 50 company wanted to improve its working capital and reduce outstanding invoices totaling over $800 million.

By predicting the likelihood of late payments before the invoice due date, the company improved accounts receivable collections by 65% over the prior year, increasing working capital by $520M per year.

Minimizing Insurance Policy Risk

Technical underwriters at a Fortune 50 insurance company often make early decisions on policies but are generally forced to do so without all the information needed to make accurate decisions.

This insurance company used the Maana platform to leverage all required information to automate key segments of the underwriting process.  This resulted in optimum underwriting decisions delivered 5 days sooner than before.

A division of an industrial Fortune 50 company wanted to improve its working capital and reduce outstanding invoices totaling over $800 million.

By predicting the likelihood of late payments before the invoice due date, the company improved accounts receivable collections by 65% over the prior year, increasing working capital by $520M per year.

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Minimizing Insurance Policy Risk

Technical underwriters at a Fortune 50 insurance company often make early decisions on policies but are generally forced to do so without all the information needed to make accurate decisions.

This insurance company used the Maana platform to leverage all required information to automate key segments of the underwriting process.  This resulted in optimum underwriting decisions delivered 5 days sooner than before.

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