Enterprise asset management optimisation

Four signs you need to improve asset management

David Lestani EAM

System noun [sis-tuh m] a set of things working together as parts of a mechanism or an interconnecting network; a complex whole. You might be able to chart the location of assets on a map, record their depreciation in an asset register spreadsheet or bring up a calendar of the manufacturer’s recommended service schedule. But an optimised system will remain …

Unitywater optimising asset management

What good asset management looks like

David Lestani EAM

Whether you’re looking to improve quality, or searching for efficiency through automation, you will need to ask yourself “what does good look like”. The answer won’t necessarily be the same for everyone, or a shining example of ‘best-practice’. There are, however, a common set of goals shared in any asset management program: Reduce unplanned downtime; Minimise asset failures; Maximise use …

Cradle Mountain Tasmania

Building smarter dispatch processes

David Lestani Customer Story, EAM

Organisations that maintain assets and infrastructure over large geographic areas face common challenges in dispatching work crews for reactive maintenance works that meet response time commitments. Clarita’s asset management team have recently delivered an exciting project for Tasmania’s water services provider, TasWater, that has reimagined the dispatch process with location context for huge productivity returns. At an estimated 68,400 km2, …

End of Support

Maximo end of support for v7.5 announced

David Lestani EAM, News & Announcements

It’s official …. Maximo 7.5.x, industry solutions and associated add-ons will no longer be supported by IBM from 30 April 2018. End of Support means the withdrawal of technical support for specific versions and releases of software products, usually because more recent releases have become available. Once a product reaches end of support, IBM will not respond to support requests or provide …

IBM Interconnect 2017

Reflections on IBM InterConnect 2017

Brad Miller Opinion

Well it has been an exciting week at the IBM InterConnect 2017 conference. With around 20,000 attendees there was never a shortage of people to talk to and share ideas with. The highlight for me has been to witness the enthusiasm of organisations embarking on their IoT journey and their commitment to innovation in general. Getting serious about IoT IoT …