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Andersen's customer in this business case was a company that designs, manufactures, and supports engine amplification solutions, as well as some other digital engine-related products. As such, they seek to make motors consume less energy while generating more power with fewer emissions. The resulting advanced engine management offerings are used in a wide range of sectors – not only energy itself but also logistics.
Andersen's team successfully addressed two distinct challenges. The first involved an analytics and advisory software suite tailored for marine and power plant operators. This suite, comprised of locally installed desktop apps, guides operators in optimizing equipment efficiency.
The second initiative focused on a web-based platform interconnecting various digital products and services. This portal, facilitating access to personalized content based on subscriptions, incorporates a custom API that aggregates data from diverse sources.
Within the core platform team, efforts were directed at developing and maintaining essential functionalities for both APIs and the back-office app. From a front-end perspective, the team aimed to create a Motor section offering a comprehensive range of monitoring and analytics capabilities related to turbochargers and generating recommendations for their maintenance.
Additionally, the team undertook the task of crafting the Amplifier Reporting section which provides in-depth data on turbochargers.
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Before approaching us for assistance, the customer's business had demerged from the main parent group. Consequently, they established a new dedicated software development team to continue their digital journey. In order to maintain momentum and achieve the best results after the reorganization, our company, in the capacity of a matching candidate vendor (the expertise of which exceeds standard limits and covers such domains as, for instance, both marine engine software and power plant software) was entrusted with two key initiatives.
Andersen took on the responsibility for extending the customer's team and, in seamless cooperation with them, helping to achieve business aims, including tackling platform bugs, resolving a range of other issues, and developing brand-new functionalities. All these activities had to be carried out in the framework of the existing platform architecture at a high professional level.
As we have already mentioned, our efforts were dedicated to the Motor and Amplifier Reporting sections. The key deliverables included:
During the period of our engagement, Andersen's team worked on the part of the product specifically assigned to us: the core time-series implementation, configuration, dockerization, and continuous evaluation of this project.
In practical terms, the contributions we – as an IT partner possessing a solid track record in such challenging and regulated domains as power plant management software, rail management software, marine engine diagnostic software, etc. – made to the platform have resulted in significant tangible improvements:
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