Healthy assets are the foundation of a healthy business. No enterprise can expect to achieve peak performance unless the physical assets they use to produce the goods and services they deliver to the market are operating reliably and performing at the optimum level. Operational Excellence has proven elusive for organizations that fail to adopt modern Asset Performance Management (APM) strategies that allow them to not just fix things as they break, but to take the actions necessary to preclude them from failing in the first place.
Unhealthy, poorly performing assets impact not only productivity through increased downtime but energy and other utility consumption, emissions, safety, and worker health as well. In addition, one of the prime contributors to poor product quality is process instability, most frequently caused by degrading asset health. The APM Practice provides insight into how organizations are leveraging existing and emerging technologies to enable the enterprise to use processes that ensure that Operational Excellence is not road-blocked by assets that perform below their level of capability.
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