Design, Operate, and Maintain for the Utility Industry
The facts are undeniable. A large percentage of North America’s power generation, transmission and distribution systems are reaching the end of their lifecycle. At some point, management at many utilities will need to make the business case for retiring their existing assets in favor of new construction – or at the very least incremental upgrades through a series of lifecycle extension refits.
However, as executives across the continent prepare to build new generation, transmission or distribution capacity, they may find that their antiquated IT systems are causing them greater consternation regarding maximizing return on assets. Lacking modern enterprise asset management (EAM) systems, these executives may have a hard time collecting information on the actual cost of maintaining and operating their assets in the future, hampering their decision-making processes.
To learn more, read this whitepaper.
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