A recent study by industry analyst firm Verdantix found that 56% of respondents believe that asset performance management (APM) is essential to business success, but few have executed on APM strategies and documented the business value. While APM has traditionally been the domain of maintenance and reliability engineers, its place within process-intensive industries is evolving.
Join Malavika Tohani, Research Director at Verdantix, as she provides insights from this important study on APM 4.0. Key findings include:
- Primary drivers leading to continued investment in APM solutions, such as reducing downtime and operational costs
- Top objectives for using APM, from improving EHS to process safety and maintenance
- Future trends such as plans to use APM software to achieve sustainability KPIs
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how APM 4.0 is advancing from maintenance and reliability to help drive performance and sustainability.