Plant Engineering assists Aberdeen with EAM survey
The continuing pressure to maximize return on assets and mitigate risk due to failure of critical assets is forcing manufacturers in the asset intensive sector to examine multiple strategies for asset optimization at the enterprise level.
The continuing pressure to maximize return on assets and mitigate risk due to failure of critical assets is forcing manufacturers in the asset intensive sector to examine multiple strategies for asset optimization at the enterprise level. While asset management has been traditionally viewed as a cost center, Best-in-Class companies are using these initiatives to gain a competitive edge in the market place and increase shareholder value.
Plant Engineering has partnered with Aberdeen Group’s Manufacturing practice on a new research report “ Enterprise Asset Management: Optimizing Asset and Real Time Interoperability .” To provide your feed on how your company is addressing this important topic, take the survey . All survey participants will receive a free copy of the results.
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