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Ask the Expert: Improving Utility Asset Management Practices Through Adoption of ISO 55000

One could argue that ISO 55000—the international, cross-industry, management system—has always been important for companies that own and operate physical assets. But the cascading crises of the COVID-19 pandemic, increased effects of climate change, and growing pressure towards a net-zero carbon emissions future, have taken the importance of ISO 55000 to a higher level. Now more than ever, ISO 55000 has become an essential framework for companies that own and operate critical infrastructure.

In a recent interview with T&D World, Copperleaf CMO, Boudewijn Neijens discusses how ISO 55000 can help utility managers keep the lights on, minimize risks, and perform triage on their assets to ensure the optimal use of limited resources. 

Download this article to find out how the Copperleaf® Decision Analytics Solution helps utilities align their capital planning and decision-making processes with ISO 55000 best practices.

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Copperleaf provides decision analytics to companies managing critical infrastructure. Headquartered in Vancouver, our solutions are distributed and supported by regional staff and partners worldwide.

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