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Natural disasters, regulatory changes, a rapidly shifting geopolitical landscape, and global pandemics such as COVID-19, are redefining how we do business.
In Victoria, Australia, the Asset Management Accountability Framework (AMAF) assists public sector departments and agencies in managing their asset portfolios and providing better services for Victori
Organizations today require an integrated approach for managing investment portfolios. The focus must now be on selecting initiatives that maximize the value delivered to the organization overall.
As part of an evaluation of Asset Investment Planning and Management (AIPM) solutions—or any enterprise software application for that matter—there are key questions to consider.
How can network operators overcome challenges and meet—or even outperform—the high expectations of Ofgem? Learn about the top 5 things to do to ensure success in the next planning cycle and beyond.
Learn how to make the “right” decisions about how to optimally deploy your organization’s valuable resources to drive the achievement of your strategic objectives.
How can water companies overcome the challenges and meet—or even outperform—the high expectations of Ofwat? Learn about the top 5 things to do to ensure success in the next planning cycle and beyond.
This white paper provides an overview of ISO 55000 and the benefits organizations will achieve from adopting this standard.
This white paper outlines asset investment strategies that can help CFOs balance performance, profitability, and risk tolerances to optimize the value of their asset portfolios over the long-run.
This white paper outlines Copperleaf’s approach to valuing investments for comparison against each other in a manual or automated investment decision-making process.
Copperleaf provides a prescriptive approach to enable businesses to create a flexible decision-making framework to maximize the new bottom line.
We often get asked ‘can you quantify the benefits of optimisation?’ or ‘how much better is optimisation than the prioritisation process I currently run in Excel?’.