Asset Hierarchy Best Practices

An asset hierarchy allows companies to organize their equipment and machines stationed across various locations. It is critical for understanding how action on one machine affects other machines and establishing the parent-child relationship amongst multiple assets....

Juggling Maintenance Backlogs for a Migration Project

Maintenance backlogs can be daunting. Most asset-intensive businesses have a backlog and struggle to prioritize how to reduce it. Having a large backlog is never ideal as they’re usually symptomatic of underlying issues that need to be addressed. This begs the...

Two Ways EAM Data Quality Can Deteriorate Over Time

Are you confused as to why your company has poor quality asset and maintenance data when it used to be good? It’s possible that your company may have had good quality EAM data that was complete and accurate at one point in time, but it’s likely deteriorated over time....

Benefits of Implementing an International Standard

There are numerous factors that determine whether your asset hierarchy is structured to support efficient maintenance practices. Aligning your asset hierarchy with an international standard such as ISO 14224, RDS-PP, or KKS can help you set specific guidelines about...

What Makes a Good Asset Hierarchy?

An asset hierarchy allows companies to organize their equipment and machines stationed across various locations. It is critical for understanding how action on one machine affects other machines and establishing the parent-child relationship amongst multiple assets....