Posted On: 05/14/2010
Special Report: How CMMS/EAM packages are meeting today's maintenance and asset management challenges
Despite the uncertainty regarding the global economy and the maturing of the computerized maintenance management system/enterprise asset management (CMMS/EAM) software industry, companies from every sector continue to upgrade, replace, or buy new asset management software applications. This is especially true for asset-intensive industries because of the pressure to better manage ever-rising asset lifecycle costs, while improving the quantity, quality, and efficiency of production through greater asset reliability and performance.
This Special Report analyzes 10 key trends in CMMS/EAM systems, describes how they impact the performance of industrial facilities, and connects you to a wealth of information on best practices in asset management practices. It also includes a tour of Plant Services CMMS/EAM Software Review, where you can conveniently understand and compare in detail the capabilities of 20 different packages, prioritize capabilities according to their importance in your operations, and see vendor offerings automatically scored and ranked according to your priorities.
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