Gaining insight into how effectively EAM Solutions are supporting Asset Management

Through our work with clients across multiple sectors we are seeing varying levels of satisfaction and effectiveness in how EAM systems are supporting Asset Management. The big questions everyone’s asking are:

“How well are we using our EAM System compared to our peers? How do we improve and gain more value from our data and our systems?”

To answer these questions, AMCL is seeking asset-intensive organizations across the globe who use an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) System (or equivalent) to participate in our EAM System Survey going live this July!

ARTC Asset Information Strategy & Advisory Services

ARTC are a vital link in the nation’s transport supply chain – building, maintaining and operating rail lines across the country to move freight and passengers safely, reliably, and efficiently.

They continue to invest in our 8,500km rail network, which spans five states, 39 worksites and the lands of more than 50 First Nations.

AMCL welcomes Brenden Duffy to our US team

“When it comes to helping organizations improve their asset management capabilities, I know that AMCL is as passionate and committed as I am. I’m looking forward to continuing my growth as an Asset Management professional while also bringing experience and capabilities that will continue to expand digital transformation offerings at AMCL. I’m extremely excited to […]

King County Metro: Asset Management Transformation

​As the custodian and steward of public assets worth over $5 billion, Metro recognizes the responsibility and opportunity placed upon it as a regional Asset Manager and the direct link between how effectively assets are managed and their success in delivering the organization’s vision.

Institute of Water Magazine – Preparing to Leverage Digital Twins.

AMCL Team Members Will Hunt And Matt McConville Recently Published An Article In The Spring Edition Of The Institute Of Water Magazine. Click here to view the article An associated AMCL Guide on Digital Twins can be downloaded here (PDF, approx 3mb). The article intends to improve the readers’ knowledge of Digital Twins, and their […]