Taxonomy Standards for Material, Parts or Items

IEHUB allows you to structure your material data following established international standards. Whether you need to adhere to ISO 8000, ISO 14224, or the IFC interoperability framework, our software provides the flexibility and tools to maintain consistent and accurate data taxonomy.

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Content Insights

Understand what are the parts which are mostly used, who are the active users, how the trend is continuing based on the type of parts, and much more.

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Plug and Play

Bring your team to production faster with our built-in libraries for standard purchase parts, and effortlessly adhere to global standards.

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Quick Customization

Through our platform you can quickly customize the standards as per your industry needs, and implement it with all the users immediately without the need of IT tickets or outside support resources.

Industry Standards

ISO 8000 Compliance: Organize material data as per ISO 8000, ensuring high-quality data management that supports product lifecycle management, supply chain integration, and quality assurance.

Ensure ISO 14224 compliance by implementing its standards to manage maintenance and reliability data for equipment and systems. This aids in developing effective maintenance strategies and decision-making processes.

IFC Interoperability data framework: Utilize the IFC interoperability framework to ensure seamless data exchange and integration across various systems and platforms, enhancing collaboration and project management in the construction and infrastructure sectors.

Oil & Gas Industry

The American Petroleum Institute (API) places a strong emphasis on data standardization to enhance the reliability and efficiency of equipment in the oil and gas industry. ISO 14224, an international standard for the collection and exchange of reliability and maintenance data for equipment, is a critical component of this strategy.

Comprehensive Data Collection: API requires structured and comprehensive data to support maintenance and reliability analyses. ISO 14224 provides a standardized framework for collecting data on equipment failures, maintenance actions, and operational conditions.

Benefits of Taxonomy

Enhanced Equipment Reliability: By adhering to ISO 14224, companies can improve the reliability and availability of their equipment through better-informed maintenance decisions, leading to reduced downtime and operational costs.

Data Interoperability: Standardized data allows for seamless integration and comparison across different systems and organizations. This interoperability is essential for collaborative projects and benchmarking studies within the oil and gas industry.

Regulatory Compliance: Ensuring data complies with ISO 14224 helps companies meet regulatory requirements and industry best practices, facilitating smoother audits and inspections.

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