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25th May – The tangible benefits of advanced maintenance and asset management

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Connected and fully digital asset management are quickly becoming a necessity in the industrial world: They enable organisations to easily manage, access and deliver real-time visibility of equipment, workers, and data. And they can support various maintenance management processes, helping industrial organisations stay on top of operations. But building and strengthening asset management capabilities can be complex and time-consuming: Getting from mere data management to fully digital asset management requires agile, iterative development – something executives may not be familiar with.

Speakers

Kieran Notter

Vice President of Global Customer Transformation

ServiceMax

Agenda

How asset centricity is accelerating industrial service delivery

Presenter: Kieran Notter, Vice President of Global Customer Transformation, ServiceMax.

Asset-intensive businesses demand around the clock productivity. Leading manufacturing and equipment businesses must manage, access and deliver real-time visibility of equipment, workers, data and processes to guarantee equipment uptime. But the global events of 2020 coupled with the ongoing industrial march for productivity and mounting financial pressure for greater efficiency have all accelerated the need for digital transformation. This is fundamentally changing how assets are managed and maintained across every industry, shifting the focus to asset-centricity.  Whether it is ensuring technician safety, providing remote troubleshooting, or instantly connecting with customers, a comprehensive visibility of assets from every persona is critical. The drivers, enablers and tangible benefits of advanced maintenance and asset management are changing the face of industrial maintenance.

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