aircraft in hanger receiving efficient maintenance

by   |    |   4 minutes  |  in Aerospace & Defense, Service Management

The global aviation market may have just experienced its most profitable period ever. Yet, with mega airline mergers and acquisitions and the increased proliferation of low-cost carriers on both short- and long-haul flights, airlines are now having to focus their efforts on their bottom line – and that means their core business processes. One of…

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Mining Maintenance Costs

by   |    |   6 minutes  |  in Asset Intensive, Business Technology, Creativity & Innovation, Service Management

Activity in Australia’s mining sector is accelerating, auguring well for exports and the broader economy, according to economic forecaster and industry analyst, BIS Oxford Economics. But with maintenance costs forecast to increase nearly 60 percent over the next five years now is the time to invest in systems to keep expenditure under control. According to…

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IoT in action and why you should start

by   |    |   4 minutes  |  in Business Technology, Creativity & Innovation, Energy and Utilities, Service Management

How analysis of the Internet of Things (IoT) yields unexpected information. We recently installed solar panels on our house. For those of you that know me, I’m a bit of a technology enthusiast and I’ve been wanting to do this for quite some time. The salesman came with a great story about how good this…

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EAM and ERP: An increasingly critical partnership

by   |    |   6 minutes  |  in Asset Intensive, Business Technology, Manufacturing, Research, Service Management

Meet our guest author, Ted Rohm, Senior ERP Analyst at Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) Ted Rohm is a Senior ERP Analyst at Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC). Ted covers the areas of enterprise resource planning (ERP), enterprise asset management (EAM), configure price quote (CPQ), supply chain management (SCM) and IT service management (ITSM), with a particular…

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The rise of servitization and the industry’s “what’s next"

by   |    |   12 minutes  |  in Business Technology, Creativity & Innovation, Events, Service Management, Supply Chain, Transform Your Business

Live blog coverage from the IFS World Conference 2018 break-out session, “The rise of servitization and the industry’s ‘what’s next’.” Nowhere in the world is safe from disruption, as out host city Atlanta found out during the civil war, when it was burnt to the ground. The morning keynote of our second day concentrated on the disruptions…

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