Making Maintenance Decisions Without Complete Failure Data

Making Maintenance Decisions Without Complete Failure Data [This post was provided by ARMS Reliability.] Many organizations believe that making sound maintenance decisions requires a whole lot of data. It’s a logical assumption — you do need to know things like the number of times an event has occurred, its duration, the number of spare parts needed,[…]

Seeing reliability at the world’s largest citrus processing facility

Seeing reliability at the world’s largest citrus processing facility [This post was provided by UE Systems.] The Wonderful Company is a private organization that produces some of the top brands in food and beverage, including Wonderful Halos, Wonderful Almonds, Wonderful Pistachios, POM Wonderful, FIJI Water and even floral delivery service Teleflora. Almost half of U.S.[…]

5 Reasons to Attend #AMEcosystem

Choosing which conference to attend can be a difficult decision. However, here’s something worth considering. The Asset Management Ecosystem conference will be bringing together the top thought-leaders, subject-matter experts and key solution providers to share their success stories in reimagining asset management as a strategic approach to driving value. The AME conference is an independent view of[…]

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Building A Value Framework As The Basis For Asset Management Decisions

Building A Value Framework As The Basis For Asset Management Decisions [This post was written by Barry Quart and provided by Copperleaf.] How do you make decisions? Well, that can be a tough question to answer. Most people will say they make decisions based on what they think will deliver the best outcome. When a business decides[…]

Pipeline Software, CIO Review’s 50 Most Promising Utilities Technology Solution Providers [2014]

PIPELINE’s Syntempo provides the client with a revolutionary communication and work coordination system for their outages. It provided real-time visibility to progress and problems enabling the outage team to dynamically optimize resources and stay on schedule. In the 2014, in a single refueling outage, the client was able to save 63 hours of critical path delays saving more than $4 million dollars.[…]