Remedies for Aging Assets Webcast --
Try This Approach to Extending Asset Life
Join Warren Causey, SAP, and your industry peers to hear about the latest methods for managing your aging assets. Discover the value your business can derive from building and managing programs and processes that help you ensure a measurable return on investment for your assets. It will be time well-spent.
Apply the Right Mix of Science and Art to Managing Aging Assets
Managing an asset lifecycle can be complex because the metrics we use to tell us about the overall health of assets do not always tell the whole story.
Much of the utility industry—from the supply side to the wires side of the business—grapples with major equipment that is 40 or 50 years old, and sometimes even older. To the asset manager, success depends upon aligning portfolio goals for aging assets with strategies and tactics for extracting the maximum availability from those assets and ultimately identifying the maintenance practices that will preserve or extend asset life.
Many practitioners think of asset management as a science, but it also requires some degree of art, especially when it comes to aging assets.
Join a slate of industry experts to learn:
The latest methods for managing your aging assets
The value your business can derive from building and managing programs and processes
How to ensure a measurable return on investment for your assets
Maureen Coveney, Industry Principal, Utilities, SAP Americas
Warren B. Causey, Vice President, Research & Analysis Division, Energy Central