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Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) supports organizations with end-to-end processes centered around plant maintenance to efficiently manage their enterprise assets resulting in reduced operating costs, better managed capital expenditures, improved EHS performance and asset utilization.

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What does Enterprise Asset Management have to do with Energy Efficiency?

Some of the recent geopolitical events have raised the importance of energy independence to leaders of many countries and organizations. While finding new sources of energy, increasing renewable energy sources are important and require attention immediately, they are primarily a solution for the medium and long term. The only short term and sustainable solution is to reduce energy consumption by increasing energy efficiency at all levels - individual, asset, building and manufacturing operations level.


Coming back to the title of this blog post, one of the best and cheapest ways to improve energy efficiency is to keep equipment operating in the most optimal and energy efficient zone. This is where Enterprise Asset Management and maintenance operations have a significant role to play. Read more.

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SAP Manufacturing Industry Forum, Itasca, IL, April 15-16, 2014

SAP-Centric EAM Brasil, São Paulo, Brazil, May 19-21, 2014

SAPPHIRE NOW, Orlando, FL, June 3-5, 2014

SAP EAM Conference, Potsdam, GER, June 30-July 2 2014