BI Dashboards saving millions

As the domestic manufacturing industry continues to explore how innovation can deliver increased productivity, a new technology-based system has emerged as their secret weapon saving Australian businesses millions of dollars.

Frontline personnel at Centennial Coal Springvale Mine discuss KPIs from Pulse Analytics as displayed on large TV screens

KPIs from Pulse Analytics as displayed on large TV screens

Business owners and managers can now monitor every aspect of business performance in real-time using dashboard visualisations. This means no more waiting on human reporting of analysis that is prone to delay and open to misinterpretation and error. Companies are more productive and profitable when fully-informed decisions can be made very quickly.

The mining industry is already embracing these low cost, ‘out of the box’, smart visualisation products for analysing performance data from various sources including business software and machine sensors. In mission-critical situations such as mining, productivity improvements of even small magnitude can translate into huge increases in profitability, providing greater security for jobs and many other direct and indirect benefits.

Pulse Analytics is the Australian-developed, state-of-the-art suite of business intelligence (BI) solutions providing real-time, actionable KPI dashboards to companies engaged in heavy industry such as mining, manufacturing, power generation, water treatment, infrastructure projects, and automated warehousing.

Backed by the resources of its parent, Pulse Mining Systems, the Pulse Analytics team is led by director Ashley Bosworth, a qualified engineer who is gaining international recognition for his work in both analytics development and collaborative methodologies.

Frontline personnel at Centennial Coal Springvale Mine discuss KPIs from Pulse Analytics as displayed on large TV screens

Pulse Analytics director Ash Bosworth

“Each product has a specific value focus across the business and facilitates a starting point to first identify issues and then continue on to diagnose and drive decisions that directly impact KPIs,” explains Mr Bosworth. “These mobile-friendly, cloud-based tools have all the self-service views you expect to drive your strategic, tactical and operational decision-making at every level throughout the enterprise.”

A short video has been produced to explain the basic principle of a BI dashboard and how it can benefit managers at all levels in mining, manufacturing, power generation and any heavy industry.

“We’re completing an additional video that will further explore how the software can assist in productivity and exploring the opportunities around holding conferences in the heartland of Australian industry at Newcastle. It’s an exciting time for innovation and industry.”

2018-09-12T00:05:59+00:0030 March 2018|Events, Featured, Media, Mining|Comments Off on BI Dashboards saving millions