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SDI participates in SAP-Centric EAM

Last month SDI participated in the SAP-Centric Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) conference in Denver. Bringing together the largest SAP EAM community in North America for over a decade, SAP-Centric EAM dove into the community’s most pressing challenges and opportunities, including:

  • Big Data

  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Machine to Machine Communication (M2M)
  • Mobility
  • Plant Maintenance Processes
  • ISO 55000
  • Predictive analytics
  • Data governance

 
The event is the go-to event for Maintenance Managers and SAP EAM professionals to stay current on forward-thinking strategies, best practices and critical solutions for Enterprise Asset Management. SDI’s CIO, Ron Fijalkowski, along with EVP of Business Development, Jim Owens, and VP of Engineering Services, Chuck Wallace, participated in this interactive experience, showcasing case studies, expert training and ideating with fellow attendees.
 
Highlighting how SDI’s platform seamlessly connects to SAP via SDiConnect, the group from SDI took attendees through an in-depth look at the latest Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) solutions and strategies for the complex Enterprise Asset Management issues faced by today’s maintenance and operations professionals.
 
Learn more about how SDI’s Enterprise MRO and MRO As-a-Service solutions address complex Enterprise Asset Management issues.
 

Success Story

It takes a progressive manager to push the organization to look at indirect spend and managing it in a different way - but once you see it, then you realize the opportunity.

SDI at Work

In the third post in this series on MRO As-a-Service by Spend Matters, Pierre Mitchell and Michael Lamoureux talk about how managing MRO as a process delivers benefits from efficiency to effectiveness and beyond to an evolutionary phase. The next generation of value, MRO-as-a-Service, helps organizations build intelligent, agile, scalable and integrated supply chains (direct and indirect).

The project team has worked its way through Define, Measure, Analyze, and Improve. It’s time to begin the Control phase. The key stakeholders gather to evaluate the solution as implemented and create a plan to sustain the improvements. The goal is to standardize the improved processes, establish an audit schedule and schedule periodic follow-up to identify additional opportunities for improvement.