AMCL is pleased to announce that Brenden Duffy has joined the USA team as the Director of Asset Information and Digital Transformation.
Brenden has over 20 years of experience in Asset Management, with a keen focus in sustaining business improvements enabled by enterprise technologies and digital transformations. He is a dedicated and proven leader in the Digital and Asset Information space, specializing in helping organizations effectively leverage EAM systems and geospatial technologies to support them in deriving maximum value from their assets.
At Brenden’s previous position as Director of the Asset Management Office (AMO) at California High-Speed Rail, Brenden led the AMO’s functional and technology teams in implementing a GIS-enabled EAM System (IBM Maximo), leveraging a Common Data Environment to facilitate smooth handoff between capital and operations. This effort involved setting the policies, procedures, and standards, capturing business requirements, asset information & functional requirements, and implementing EAM technology enablers to support full use of the systems. Prior to this, Brenden was the Chief Asset Management Officer at MTA Long Island Railroad (LIRR), where he led the LIRR EAM Improvement Program, which was a digital transformation that involved organization and business process changes, information, and functional requirements as well as an enterprise-wide implementation of the Infor EAM system and geospatial technology.
Richard Edwards, AMCL’s Territory Managing Director of North America and Global Technical Director comments: “We are delighted to welcome Brenden into this key role in our North American business. The integration of advisory services and technology is increasingly important to our clients and Brenden’s experience will help us advance our digital transformational offer to asset-intensive businesses”.
Please join us in welcoming him to our team!
Interested in joining our vibrant and growing team?
Or want to learn more about how AMCL is helping asset intensive organisations to transform? Get in touch with Toby Kizner, Director of Operations, USA.