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How to roll out enterprise asset management & adopt ISO 55000: Insights with Horizon Power & Melbourne Water

How to roll out enterprise asset management & adopt ISO 55000: Insights with Horizon Power & Melbourne Water

The success of a utility organisation is directly linked to how its assets are managed. When assets are built, maintained, or replaced efficiently, the organisation is able to deliver better quality services to customers and reduce cost at the same time. In this exclusive case study, you can learn about how Horizon Power and Melbourne Water are driving a new asset enterprise asset management (EAM) program and adopting ISO 55000, respectively.

Sudheer Vyas, Senior Compliance & Performance Engineer at Horizon Power, discusses creating an EAM framework that enables real-time data for teams to extend asset lifecycles and drive predictive analysis; while Kristina Campbell, Program Leader – Asset Management Improvement Team at Melbourne Water explores how ISO 55 000 will be adopted to re-focus attention on activities the organisation should be pursuing, such as environmental scans for emerging issues and risks.
How can enterprise asset management lead to proactive maintenance?

How can enterprise asset management lead to proactive maintenance?

Enterprise asset management (EAM) has become a key enabler for utility organisations to improve the way infrastructure is managed.But EAM isn’t a matter of integrating a single application. Instead, it’s an approach that relies on using the enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to consolidate information and inform decision making. In this article, we explore how organisations can roll out an EAM framework that can enable proactive maintenance across the asset portfolio and reduce risk of asset failure at the same time. 
Improving Customer Satisfaction with a New Asset and Maintenance Management Plan

Improving Customer Satisfaction with a New Asset and Maintenance Management Plan

Ahead of the 2nd annual Asset Management for Utilities Summit 2017 we chat to Susie Butler, Manager of Business Improvement, Operations and Maintenance at SA Water. Susie shares with us details of SA Waters new asset and maintenance management plan that is streamlining maintenance operations and improving the customer experience

SA Water: Improving Customer Satisfaction with a New Asset and Maintenance Management Plan

SA Water: Improving Customer Satisfaction with a New Asset and Maintenance Management Plan

Ahead of the 2nd annual Asset Management for Utilities Summit 2017 we chat to Susie Butler, Manager of Business Improvement, Operations and Maintenance at SA Water. Susie shares with us details of SA Waters new asset and maintenance management plan that is streamlining maintenance operations and improving the customer experience

Horizon Power: Integrating New Technologies to Reduce Costs and Extend Asset Lifecycle

Horizon Power: Integrating New Technologies to Reduce Costs and Extend Asset Lifecycle

Ahead of the 2nd annual Asset Management for Utilities Summit 2017 we chat to Sudheer Vyes, Senior Compliance and Performance Engineer at Horizon Power.

Horizon Power is on a journey to improve their asset management systems and internal capabilities, by adopting an enterprise asset management (EAM) approach. Sudheer share’s Horizon Power’s experience and delves into how these new technologies are streamlining maintenance works and extending the asset lifecycle. 

Driving a Customer-Centric Asset Management Culture

Driving a Customer-Centric Asset Management Culture

Ahead of the 2nd annual Asset Management for Utilities Summit 2017 we chat to Alex Fisher, Executive General Manager of Asset Strategy and Delivery at SunWater. In this Q&A Alex shares with us details of SunWater’s comprehensive asset management plan and delves into how it is driving a customer-centred asset management culture.