Enterprise Asset Management Service (EAMS)
Asset-intensive sectors like as O&G, Transportation, Mining, and telecom are continually looking to extend equipment shelf life and combat the increasing degree of obsolescence that defines today’s technology market. As increased demands and the need for customization lead to wear & tear, it’s important to have a robust Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) plan in place.
This would contain maintenance requirements, inefficient management of materials, and errors in asset data stacks.
Next-gen EAM services aim to utilize cutting-edge technologies and pioneering business practices, to address these challenges. All asset information is fully integrated and the collation-to-processing pipeline automated, reducing manual dependencies and reducing errors.
LTTS partners with some of the leading players in this domain, such as IBM, NRX, Aveva, Intergraph, Siemens, Cosmos, Thingworx, NRX Asset Hub, Cisco, and Sierra Wireless. This helps understand our customers’ unique vision, and ink a transformation roadmap that’s in-line with their objectives.
Our portfolio spans key EAM functions – maintenance, materials, documents, and procurement – with a tech-empowered approach. This achieves the following benefits:
- Averting disasters and manage reputational risk via quick, impactful response
- Creating strengthened environments through asset integrity, process safety management, and workplace safety
- Reducing risk of critical asset failure and, thereby, organizational risks
- Maintaining regulatory and audit compliance
- Controlling costs with optimized asset inventory
- Ensuring data integrity and reliability
- Improving field material control
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