MaxGrip adds Cleopatra and Cenosco platforms to offerings

04 March 2024 2 min. read
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International consulting firm MaxGrip has added two software platforms to its asset management offering.

Headquartered in the Netherlands, with further offices in the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific, MaxGrip is a consulting firm that helps asset-intensive clients (for example: oil & gas, energy, utilities, consumer goods, chemicals) with optimizing the way they manage their assets.

MaxGrip’s consultants advise on the development of asset management strategies, support the delivery of improvement programs, deliver the implementation of systems and tools, and provide the change management and capability building support needed to successfully transition to new ways of working.

 MaxGrip adds Cleopatra and Cenosco platforms to offerings

New partnerships with Cenosco and Cleopatra Enterprise now expand the suite of technology solutions within MaxGrip’s portfolio. The two solutions complement existing partnerships with IBM’s Maximo, IFS Ultimo, Avena, and Augury, among others.

Cleopatra Enterprise helps companies to manage complex projects and boost performance with its integrated project cost management solution, ensuring projects stay on time and budget.

“This alliance will enhance our offerings in Shutdowns, Turnarounds and Outages (STO),” said Mark Mulder, CEO MaxGrip: “The synergy between Cleopatra’s technology and MaxGrip’s domain expertise will ensure that our clients get the most out of the software, setting them up for success and continuous improvement.”

Cenosco meanwhile is a platform that helps companies in asset-heavy industries prevent failures and safety hazards. The solutions facilitates the streamlining of maintenance activities, while ensuring asset safety and reliability.

“Our consultants already have years of experience in working with Cenosco’s IMS Suite. They have done many projects in which they have deployed the software and used it to carry out RBI [reliability centered maintenance] and RCM [reliability centered maintenance] studies with proven results. We are excited about our partnership as together we will be able to realize maximum value for more clients,” said Mulder.

Since its inception 25 years ago, MaxGrip has grown to a team of 120 consultants and staff. The firm serves around 200 clients worldwide.