Copperleaf CMO Boudewijn Neijens explores how recent refinements in asset analytics, automated cost estimat...
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Join this webinar to hear how UK gas network National Grid Gas Transmission (NGGT) and asset management specialist Copperleaf have worked together to develop an integrated approach to asset investment
For utilities, ensuring our investment plans are keeping pace with the needs of customers and infrastructure is always a key area of focus. However, COVID-19 is throwing a wrench into these plans, imp
This webinar uses four key concepts of asset management (Alignment, Value, Leadership and Assurance) to illustrate the most current thinking, and how to embark on the journey.
Many companies struggle with how to define, measure and communicate value as per the ISO 55000 standard. Watch this webinar to gain insight from asset management experts on this topic.
Making asset investment decisions at an enterprise level, as opposed to within traditional departmental silos, ensures that the projects selected drive an organization’s strategic goals.
Watch this webinar to learn how enterprise PPM software is helping utilities select the optimal portfolio of projects to execute across the entire enterprise.
Copperleaf CMO Boudewijn Neijens explores how recent refinements in asset analytics, automated cost estimation, work bundling and portfolio optimization can deliver significant efficiency gains.
Boudewijn Neijens, Copperleaf CMO en Bram Alkema, eAsset Management Senior Consultant het concept van 'waarde' in ISO 55000 en besproken hoe waarde, risico en tijd cruciale rollen spelen in effectieve
You know that effective asset investment planning practices are important to your utility. But can you quantify their ROI?
We discuss how decision-making frameworks can align investment decisions with strategic objectives and deliver significant benefits for distribution network operators.
How do utilities rapidly respond to changes as they occur? How can utilities become learning organizations focused on continuous improvement with their asset investment decisions?
Aging infrastructure, low growth, and increasingly sophisticated demands from regulators and other stakeholders are challenging utilities do more with less, with transparency and rigor.
Making the best decisions across your entire organization on how to spend your scarce resources to deliver the highest value is an elusive goal for most organizations.
The ISO 55000 international standard for asset management helps clarify some of the principles, but doesn’t provide any guidance on how to implement it. So where should you begin?