July 7, 2020, 5:44 am

Asset Performance Management (APM) – Key implementation issues and how to avoid them

This is the second article of series of four articles that we will publish on Asset Performance Management Systems.

In our first article we noted increasing levels of interest in Asset Performance Management systems across capital intensive industries.  We discussed the typical capabilities supported by APM systems including Asset Health and Condition Monitoring, Maintenance Strategy Development, Asset Integrity Management, Defect Elimination, Modelling (Reliability and Lifecycle Cost) and finally Reliability Analytics.

We also looked at where APM systems fit within the overall ecosystem of Asset Management information systems and the types of data shared within that ecosystem.

Finally, we looked at what most businesses hope to achieve by implementing an APM systems.

As noted in the first article, at Assetivity we have supported various clients in developing and refining their APM business requirements, testing the market for suitable solutions, and then proceed to implementation.  We are also actively using client APM systems to develop and optimise equipment maintenance strategies for greenfield and brownfield assets.

In this article, we want to share with you the challenges that we have observed our clients struggle with as they have implemented their APM solutions, and share with you our thoughts on some things you might do to avoid falling for these same traps.

Read the full article.

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