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Daniel Von Känel

FDC124348: Andritz Uses Cloud Services for Efficient Ordering Process of Spare Parts

(Duration 01:03:01)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to design solutions based on Autodesk cloud services with Fusion Lifecycle and Learn about Forge Large Model Viewer integration
  • Learn how to manage customer equipment efficiently and learn about model-based identification of required spare parts
  • Learn how to impact business with a cloud-based spare-parts portal
  • Learn how to achieve fast usable results with Agile team management

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Join Andritz on the Smart Services journey that has catapulted the firm into the future. Discover how Andritz implemented a fully functioning spare-parts portal with lightning speed. Hear how the project team used an agile approach to integrate Autodesk Cloud Solutions into existing enterprise services. See how the team has realized a competitive advantage for Andritz selling spare parts against growing non-OEM (original equipment manufacturer) competition. Check out how easily Andritz customers can identify the spare part they need with confidence, even in the most complex equipment, and trigger an order process for speedy delivery. Be inspired by surprising aspects of the solution design and see how integration of Autodesk Cloud Services can retain customer satisfaction and ignite new business in a highly efficient manner. Everyone on the project has been excited by the possibilities and impact on Andritz.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Business owner, Project Manager, Services Manager, Operation Manager, Innovation manager, Product Owners

Speakers

Speakers

Daniel Von Känel

Daniel von Känel is project manager in Autodesk Consulting organization, driving cross-functional teams to deliver strategic projects to customers allover in Europe. He has over 12 years’ experience with delivery of projects over the whole Autodesk portfolio.He worked with large enterprises to implement business workflows based on newest industry trends like Building Information Modeling (BIM) or Industry 4.0. A recent highlight is the integration of Autodesk Cloud Services with existing customer enterprise services.Daniel is certified as Project Manager Professional(PMP) and applies effective project management principles depending on the situation in either traditional delivery approach or according agile methodology. Being results focused and highly collaborative, he recognizes and embraces the value of pragmatic thinking, strong leadership and stakeholder management to drive informed decision-making - with the ultimate goal of bringing new and innovative solutions to customers.

Josef Haintz

I was born in Austria in 1955 and after finishing may basic school education I studied mechanical engineering in an engineering high school which I finished with an engineers degree in 1975. Then I joined the Technical university in the city of Graz, Austria to study process engineering which I finished with a MSC degree in 1982. My professional career started with company Andritz also in Graz, Austria where I am still employeed. During my work at Andritz I have covered many positions as manager and head of R&D, sales, quality and service for machinery and plants for filtration and drying of various products in different applications from municipal- to chemical-, mining- up to biomass- and food industry. In may last roll within this now so called "Separation" Division my responsibility was the development of Smart Services in order to support many internal service processes. When this became a global initiative last year may appointment was changed and I became Manager of the Smart Service programm. Therefore I joined from there on the Andritz IT department in order to follow up this program on a global basis. First task was to develop a spare part catalog where we eventually have chosen Autodesk as partner for creating this catalog in a joint agile approach. Actually this task was performed in a record time meaning it took us 4 month until the MVP was ready and another 5 months to roll-out the spare part catalog for internal user testing and go-live for the day to day spare part business.

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Published

  • 2017
  • FDC124348
  • AU Las Vegas;Forge DevCon

Software

  • Fusion Lifecycle
  • AutoCAD Mechanical
  • Inventor
  • Forge

Topics

  • Business Management
  • Software Development
  • Smart Manufacturing
  • PLM and Data Management