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Top Trends in EAM: #3 Predictive Analytics

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With over 30 years’ experience implementing and operating complex systems for critical infrastructure, FuseForward Founder and CEO Mark Damm is extremely well-versed in the identification of...

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Predictive analytics is my passion. Today it’s data, and not experience or instinct, that drives most business decisions. We use predictive analytics for EAM to read data and look at the overall systems and how they’re performing relative to each other. Here’s my look at some of the key trends that will influence how data and analytics are used in applications to EAM.

 

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This post is the third in a series that outlines “Top Trends in EAM.”  A list of previous posts is available below. 

Top Trends in EAM: #1 Mobilizing your EAM solution

Top Trends in EAM: #2 Optimized decision making with IoT

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Matt Chester on Sep 15, 2021

Today it’s data, and not experience or instinct, that drives most business decisions. 

Great, succint way to put it. I know some of the more conservative, long-time utility employees worry that the data can't do the intuitive type of work that they do based on institutional knowledge, but even if you combine the data with the experience/instinct, you're guaranteed to get better results (and likely quicker and cheaper, too)

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