Aligning Asset Management & Investment Strategy with Wider Organisational Objectives PR Newswire LONDON, December 10, 2013 LONDON, December 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- *Driving more from your assets *Extracting the right data to inform investment strategy *Implementing and improving asset risk management frameworks *Meeting PAS 55 and ISO 55000 Requirements Ahead of the 7 ^th Infrastructure Asset Management Exchange, the IAM Exchange editorial team has conducted research with asset management leaders to discover the key trends that will impact their role and the industry in 2014 and beyond. The results have been collated in the eBook: Aligning Asset Management & Investment Strategy with Wider Organisational Objectives . The full report can be accessed here: http://bit.ly/19ejmax The report features exclusive industry insight with interviews from asset management leaders at United Utilities, E.ON, Scottish Water, Network Rail, CEZ and more. The research also reveals the prime objectives, priorities and the key services and solutions infrastructure asset management directors will be investing in over the next 12 months, which include: *Improving lifecycle modelling / costing *Making better asset investment planning decisions *Achieving PAS 55 & ISO 55000 certification *Extracting more from data & improving data quality *Enhancing risk management & assessment *Getting to grips with change management (systems, people, culture) Jim Conlin, Waste Water Strategy Manager at Scottish Water shared his views on what the critical success factors are in asset management. You can also hear what changes Jim Lightfoot, COO at E.ON Generation GmbH has made to ensure the assets are able to survive the current challenging market conditions and earn a sustainable level of return: http://bit.ly/19ejmax Ailsa Hardy, Production Director commented "Utilities, transport, and energy organisations plus DNO's/TSO's across the UK and Europe are at varying stages of their asset management journey, but something that they all have in common is the need to develop and better align asset management strategy and investment with the wider objectives of the organisation. So this eBook investigates how asset management leaders can drive this change by becoming more strategic in their approach." The complimentary interactive eBook can be read in full at: http://bit.ly/19ejmax For more information about the 7 ^th Infrastructure Asset Management Exchange, taking place 17 ^th - 19 ^th March 2014 in London, including the industry leading speakers and latest agenda, please visit: http://bit.ly/19yogvx or email firstname.lastname@example.org If you are a Director, Head of Asset Management, Operations, Maintenance or Engineering from the utilities, transport, DNO, TSO or energy industries or offer a service you feel would add value for infrastructure asset management leaders, request your invitation today online here: http://bit.ly/1bTgJx2 or email: email@example.com For more information on solution provider opportunities email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: +44(0)207-368-9484.
Aligning Asset Management & Investment Strategy with Wider Organisational Objectives