Webcast: Integrating EAM

Asset intensive organizations need to focus on reducing the risk of equipment or plant failure while also increasing the return on asset investment by maximizing asset availability and operational capacity.
By Plant Engineering Staff October 24, 2007

Asset intensive organizations need to focus on reducing the risk of equipment or plant failure while also increasing the return on asset investment by maximizing asset availability and operational capacity.
Growing pressures have led to the advent and adoption of new standards to influence policy frameworks. Some independent advisors are suggesting that asset management certification will become as much of a requirement as ISO 9000.
Improved asset management efficiency based on these integrated models will bring substantial direct cost savings, as well as indirect savings through lower insurance premiums and improved relationships with regulators or auditors as a consequence of reducing risk.
Hear about the opportunities for reducing risk and enhancing performance in your manufacturing setting through an integrated Enterprise Asset Management system from Brian Dunks, senior product manager for Lawson Software. He’ll discuss the emerging trends and opportunities for EAM in an exclusive Plant Engineering Webcast.
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