Event notice from ARC Advisory Group: ARC asset lifecycle management event

Reduce risk, reduce costs, reduce project cycle time, reduce energy use, reduce carbon footprint! These are key challenges for asset-intensive organizations today and they can all be achieved through better Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM). Organizations need immediate results and want them achieved with minimal use of limited cash. Learn more at the ARC Advisory Group’s 2nd Annual Asset Lifecycle Management Forum.

06/01/2009


Reduce risk, reduce costs, reduce project cycle time, reduce energy use, reduce carbon footprint! These are key challenges for asset-intensive organizations today and they can all be achieved through better Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM). Organizations need immediate results and want them achieved with minimal use of limited cash. But short-term gains must be sustained for future competitive advantage. A proper ALM strategy is essential to provide the roadmap for selecting the best projects and the most efficient paths to your final goal. Join us at ARC Advisory Group’s 2nd Annual Asset Lifecycle Management Forum, October 7-8 in Houston, for guidance on all of these fronts. You will learn what others are doing to address today’s economic and sustainability issues, you will get solid information about the benefits they are achieving, and you will have a chance to discuss your own challenges with peers and gain new ideas for overcoming funding and implementation hurdles.

www.arcweb.com/res/forumhouston

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