Whatever assets you manage it’s vital to keep them running for as long and as efﬁciently as possible. Here, you’ll ﬁnd everything you need to know about our data-driven solutions to manage and optimise your assets. This covers all physical assets from plant equipment, buildings and IT to transport infrastructure, electric networks and gas pipelines.
How do you measure the impact of unplanned maintenance on profitability?
How do you plan your maintenance activities?
How do you predict equipment failures before they cause an outage?
How do you monitor real time performance of your generation plants?
How do you ensure your mobile workers have the information they need?
How do you minimise unplanned maintenance tasks?
How do you maximise asset life expectancy?
Maintenance costs significantly impact your production volumes and related revenue stream.
National Grid and IBM deploy a Strategic Asset Management project that brings together the information from 350 different sites into a single portal. This helps engineers and remote workers make better decisions, safely and reliably. The use of agile methodology has brought many of the benefits of the project much earlier than usually expected. Being able to roll out the portal and applications to engineers faster, the project is now more flexible, more adaptable and can react quicker to changes.
In the current global economic climate, there is a growing emphasis on cost containment, return on investment and increased overall asset value. In short, businesses are under intense pressure to do more with less. IBM has a world leading reputation for asset management consultancy and an extensive coverage of asset classes, with the ability to manage change programmes spanning the whole lifecycle.
IBM’s Ben Hanley looks at how asset management and predictive analytic technology can meet today’s growing data demands by capturing, analysing and presenting information in ways which help businesses make better decisions.
IBM Asset Management drives efﬁciency, helping you get the most out of your workforce and equipment at every stage of your operation's lifecycle. Our powerful, real time performance monitoring solutions immediately put you in control of your assets.
Contact Ben Hanley today to ﬁnd out more on +44 (0) 7775 034927 firstname.lastname@example.org
Enterprise Asset Management Solution (EAMS) used to operate, maintain and dispose of enterprise assets. It focuses on "Plant and Production" (oil, gas, chemicals, mining, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, food, electronics and energy), "Infrastructure" (including railways, highways, telecommunications, water and national distribution networks). "Transportation" (military, airlines, trucking, shipping and rail).
Integrated Workplace Management Solution (IWMS) to enable organisations to manage, report and analyse performance of its property portfolio, infrastructure and facilities assets within the core areas of functionality, Real Estate, Space Management, Project Planning, Operations and Maintenance, Environment and Sustainability.
Choose from a number of reports and white papers for strategies and solutions to help you make smarter use of your data and resources.
Recalibrating customer services
Smarter energy in the digital age
Turning the tide
Making the smart grid work
Business Analytics & Optimisation
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