Strategise Optimisation Opportunities for Maximum Return
Industrial organisations are looking to optimise production while maintaining compliance and improving profitability. With several conflicting priorities, it can be difficult to know where, when, and how to get started on improving the business. The Asset Performance Management (APM) Assessment enables our customers to gain a clear understanding of the current status of their business and where improvement opportunities will provide the quickest financial return. The AVEVA APM Assessment also includes a comprehensive action plan to execute against that strategy that includes people, processes, and systems (IT and OT).
Stop Value Leaks and Prioritise Improvement Opportunities
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Intelligent Assessment of the Plant
Our AVEVA APM Assessment takes into account five key factors: company objectives, dynamics of the organisation, regulatory requirements, supply chain, and maintenance drivers/KPIs.
- Maturity Score A 14-point maturity score benchmarked against industry standards provides prioritised insights into improvement opportunities, including benefits those changes would deliver in sequence, and an action plan for when and how these should be implemented.
- Improvement Roadmap The improvement roadmap includes clear goals and expected ROI with a step-by-step action plan for both short-term and long-term strategies. The assessment provides insight across four key areas related to managing scarce resources, critical assets, tight budgets, and achieving compliance.
- APM Strategy Pinpoint the best APM strategy for the business. Master asset management through planning, cost management, sourcing strategies, and bridging OT and IT systems. The intelligent assessment delivers new insight across enterprise operations.
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