Maintenance and reliability managers must have metrics in place to identify needs for improvement. Metrics are also extremely important for validating whether the maintenance team is headed in the right direction to achieve the organization’s goals and objectives.
- Warren Wu
Too many reliability improvement programs fail. In this brief presentation, 10 key elements to a successful and sustainable reliability improvement program will be proposed and described. If you have addressed each of these elements you will have success.
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute
In this real-world case study, a neighborhood complex was experiencing an observable leak around one of their swimming pools. The maintenance manager hired a pool leak-detection company that guaranteed they could find the source of the problem. But they were unsuccessful...
- Martin Robinson
- IRISS Inc.
Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is great tool, but only if you know when and how to use it.....
- Jason Apps
- ARMS Reliability
For an organization to be successful, assets must generate both financial and non-financial value, but it is the operational use of the assets that creates economic value. Therefore, asset-dependent organizations will not be successful without alignment of the various operational functions with each other and with financial functions across the asset’s life cycle.
- Suzane Greeman
- Greeman Asset Management Solutions
In today’s interview with Vatsan Govindarajan and Arnulf Hagen, we focused on learning how SAP PEI fits into the larger ecosystem of enterprise asset management, the role of Asset Central, a re-usable asset registry across IoT applications for seamless integration and data consistency, the low-hanging fruits in a customer’s digitization journey...
- Annabelle Roux