End-Of-Life Decision-Making – Expected Useful Life Analysis
Condition Assessment - Asset Health Indices
Asset Performance Management
The Types of Benefits Organizations Can Realize
Finding the Right Balance Between Cost, Risk and Performance
Improved Capital Efficiency
Optimized Maintenance Spending
Better Collaboration Between Key Roles Across Asset Life Cycles
Potential Next Steps for Organizations Who Wish to Continue With Their Asset Management Journey
Enabling Technology and Data
Maturity Level Assessments
Tom Myers, Principal Asset Management Consultant, HDR
Tom Myers is a Fellow of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) and a member of the IAM USA Executive Board. He is an IAM Endorsed Trainer and Endorsed Assessor with over 20 years of asset management consulting experience. Tom has over 35 years of experience as a management consultant with top-tier firms in the industry and has worked on more than 80 projects at over 50 companies in 10 countries. His educational background and extensive worldwide experience have provided him with a unique understanding of the technical, operational, and financial challenges related to asset management. Tom is a frequent speaker on asset management issues and recognized thought leader in the industry.
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