Is your equipment acronym appropriate?

June 24, 2014
What TLA do you use to denote management of your plant’s physical assets?

LNS Research recently asked manufacturers what term they use to describe the systems, functionality, or practice area in the enterprise to reflect the technology used to keep production assets operating at optimal levels. The assortment of different terminologies depicts a bowl of alphabet soup, with a variety of acronyms topping the list. Find out what topped the list and see where your term landed.

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