Asset Performance Optimization Newsletter - August 2017 Edition
Agribusiness Challenges Overcome Through EAM
How will asset reliability and proactive maintenance equip agribusinesses to rise to the challenges of today?
As the global population continues to grow and the importance of sustainability intensifies, food- and ingredient-processing agribusinesses high atop the F&B supply chain will look for new ways to support scalable operational schema, greater agility in the face of ever-accelerating evolution in their industry and assurances of quality as well as safety in both production and product.
Enterprise asset management looks to be the discipline most capable of delivering on these needs. Looking specifically at trends in the short term, how will asset reliability and proactive maintenance equip agribusinesses to rise to the challenges of today?
Particle Physics, EAM and What They Mean to Your Industrial Business
What can any industrial-sector business learn from the 25-year partnership between CERN and Infor EAM asset management software?
Even though CERN, the largest particle research laboratory in the world, utilizes the most complex technology known to man, its approach to enterprise asset management is as simple as it is enlightening.
Reliability matters most, no matter what you do
Reliability Based Maintenance (Presented with Infor EAM)
Effective EAM consists of optimizing the management of an organization’s physical assets to maximize their value throughout their entire life cycle.
Join GenesisSolutions and Infor to learn more about the six steps to the RBM process and how Infor EAM supports this process 100% by providing data and triggering PM & PdM activities:
- Developing a Master Asset List (MAL)
- Asset Criticality Ranking (ACR)
- Proactive Maintenance Optimization (PMO)
- Spare Parts Analysis (SPA)
- Reliability Analytics Monitoring (RAM)
- Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
Four Essentials for Determining True Asset Criticality
Don’t score asset criticality just yet. Make sure these four things are in order first.
Measuring criticality has given asset-intensive businesses greater control over what to repair and when. But this pillar of predictive maintenance requires careful attention to a few fundamental laws that determine its efficacy. Failure to meet them will topple any PdM-powered enterprise asset management program, collapsing under the weight of malfunctioning equipment and the pieces of shattered productivity goals.