Elevating Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) in the Digital Age
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⇨ Explore the factors that are driving companies to focus on enterprise asset management transformation
⇨ Learn about the tactics leading companies are employing to improve the quality of asset data
⇨ Understand the decision criteria that are informing EAM technology investments
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For asset-intensive industries such as utilities, oil and gas, transportation, and discrete and process manufacturing, Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) has been a crucial necessity. It includes the management, support, and maintenance of a company’s physical assets throughout their complete lifecycle. This lifecycle encompasses capital planning, procurement, installation, performance, maintenance, repair, regulatory compliance, risk management, and asset decommissioning and disposal. Systems to help manage asset data, personnel, and processes have been traditionally deployed on-premise often separately by asset type. However, this often results in data and process silos and restricts companies from operating with a unified view of their asset base.
Today, leaders in asset maintenance, reliability and performance are breaking down these silos by tying asset performance to corporate financial performance and leveraging emerging technologies to consolidate asset data, drive productivity, and elevate the strategic importance of EAM.
Top asset management strategies companies are deploying involve real-time asset visibility and tracking, and asset data uniformity, consistency, and quality.
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- Explore the factors that are driving companies to focus on enterprise asset management transformation
- Learn about the tactics leading companies are employing to improve the quality of asset data
- Understand the decision criteria that are informing EAM technology investments
- Implement recommendations for steps your company can take to improve asset management’s contribution to overall company financial performance.