IFS is a leading application vendor to the energy and utilities
industry, and has more than 150 customers involved in
power generation, transmission & distribution and water &
sewage. Customers include the world’s largest hydropower
plant, Three Gorges (P. R. China), nuclear power plants OKG
(Sweden), PBMR (South Africa) and Qinshan (P. R. China),
grid operators such as Svenska Kraftnät (Sweden), Statnett
(Norway) and TenneT (The Netherlands) as well as distributors
such as Vattenfall (Sweden), Fortum (Sweden), and
Hafslund Energi (Norway). Reliable and safe asset management
and workforce management are critical processes in
the energy and utility industry, to which IFS has provided
solutions for more than 20 years.
Enterprise asset management (EAM) software is a powerful tool for those responsible
for maximizing the value of industrial assets as well as those who perform maintenance
work on those assets. But often, EAM software falls short of delivering all of the benefits
it could. Why is this? In this whitepaper, we will examine the reasons companies
that implement EAM software may not derive the full benefit it could deliver. We
will also offer advice to circumvent some of these stumbling blocks and try to realize
the promise of EAM.
What Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software features play a role in software project ROI for offshore drilling contractors? In this whitepaper, we draw on our experiences with the offshore drilling industry across the world and address ROI through cost and risk reduction and regulatory and standards compliance.
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) applications both touch the industrial maintenance space. How do CMMS applications and EAM applications drive value? How do you know if your company ought to implement one versus the other? These are the topics we will explore in this whitepaper.
This white paper outlines the five levels of asset-management development a company usually passes through leading to more advanced processes such as RCM to eventually achieve QAM. In describing these levels of development, it makes sense to use terminology we can already relate to, so we will compare it to a familiar analog — human development.
How can enterprise asset management (EAM) software deliver return on investment (ROI). This whitepaper discusses the five ways EAM delivers ROI so you can plan your selection and implementation around these deliverables. Take advantage of the cost savings and revenue enhancement features EAM offers and avoid the potential problems.
IFS Touch Apps is a series of Smartphone Apps for Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS platforms. IFS Touch Apps are free for all to try. You don’t need to be an IFS customer, you don’t need any accounts or logon details. Simply download the apps and select the “Try Me” mode when you start. Download this white paper to learn more.
Choosing the right device for field service management needs is not easy. This whitepaper will guide you through the different factors, including your organization’s technology outlook, how a customer’s perceptions of you might be affected by the device, and how the hardware features make your employees more efficient.
Analysts estimate that 50% of business applications will be accessed via mobile devices over the next couple of years. This white paper guides you through the mobility transformation process to maximize your business opportunities. The path to mobility is a journey on which there is no time for failure. Learn More Today!
Study Results: This NEW IFS study reflects how field service technicians and maintenance professionals access enterprise data from handheld mobile devices like smartphones and tablets while in the field.
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