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News NEW: Dysel’s Equipment Management System ELC 24

17/06/2020 - Philip van Kemenade

Dysel has released the latest version of its successful software solution for equipment management organizations: Equipment Life Cycle (ELC) 24. Based on the latest technology from Microsoft, with the most complete functionality for equipment sales, rental and service, and supported by the experienced industry specialists of Dysel. With ELC 24, your equipment management organization is ready for the future. Latest Technology ELC 24 is based on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. This is the successor to Microsoft Dynamics NAV, the most successful ERP system for SMEs for many years and the foundation of Dysel's ELC for years. Dynamics 365 Business Central is user-friendly and intuitive, making it easy to learn and use. ELC 24 provides...

"Equipment dealers can save a lot of time in service planning"

21/02/2020 - Dysel

To schedule work orders for field service technicians in the most optimal way. It is one of the biggest challenges for equipment dealers. Habbo Gaastra investigated this topic during his graduation internship at Dysel for the study Informatica (Computer Science) at Hogeschool Rotterdam (the...

Are your organization and ERP system prepared for the Brexit?

29/01/2020 - Philip van Kemenade

The Brexit is almost there. The United Kingdom will leave the European Union on 31 January 2020. The Brexit impacts companies, even if you do not directly do business with the UK. Are your organization and your automation prepared for this? Transitional phase The Brexit referendum in the UK took...

NEW: Release of Dysel’s mobile application EveryWare 1.17.1

17/01/2020 - Tamara de Jong

More than 1,100 employees of equipment management organizations around the world rely every day on the power of Dysel’s mobile application EveryWare. We are therefore continuously working on improving EveryWare and adding features that enhance the user experience and contribute to the...

Dräger live with new version of Dysel’s ELC

21/12/2019 - Philip van Kemenade

Dräger Marine & Offshore has successfully completed the upgrade of the Equipment Life Cycle (ELC) ERP system together with Dysel. This provides the organization a future-proof software solution that perfectly matches its specific business activities. Outstanding commitment and flexibility of the...

"Contribute to the quality of the software using my experience"

27/11/2019 - Philip van Kemenade

Since October, Ton Klarenberg (53) from Hengelo (the Netherlands) has been fulfilling a work experience position at Dysel as an Application Developer. In this role, Ton gains experience at Dysel in developing and testing the software. Find out if we are a match Ton has worked as a software developer for many years. “Between 1999 and 2008, I have developed a lot of customized functionality. Together with consultants, I worked on solutions for companies in different industries, including the fashion industry. After this I worked on a software system for podiatrists. Dysel also develops industry-specific software and I want to contribute to the quality of the software using my experience and knowledge. During these months we find out if...

"Process descriptions must be clear to everyone"

24/10/2019 - Philip van Kemenade

Redmar Gaastra is a third-year student Industrial Engineering at Avans Hogeschool in Tilburg and is currently an intern at Dysel. He investigates how the process descriptions for customers can be improved. Mapping processes Dysel's customers are active in sales, rental and service of serial...

“Solving problems for people, that is what I enjoy"

01/10/2019 - Philip van Kemenade

Dennis Beekman (36) from Borne recently joined Dysel in the role of software tester. In addition to testing the software to improve the quality, Dennis will also work on the documentation of the software and will occasionally perform support-related work. Extensive experience in support Dennis has...


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