VisualK has been working for over 13 years with energy plants to incorporate best practices related to asset management and maintenance efforts. With Infor's CloudSuite solutions and our expertise, we have helped keep over 80 power plants running.

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Using Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to measure your plant’s maintenance health

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One of the most pressing challenges when managing multiple assets is having an overall picture of the health of your assets. VisualK has been developing metrics to address key factors that measure maintenance performance, asset criticality and inventory availability to quantify indicators of major components and allow for key business decisions.

Applying VisualK's Maintenance Asset Health Index (MAHI) and Infor’s Cloudsuite solutions will give users the ability to dynamically assess the plant's overall ranking, and drill-down to the main culprits compromising your plant's maintenance and performance. Further than just performing maintenance, being able to analyze it, takes our customers to the next level.  Identifying areas to improve and focus investments on where they are needed most. Listen in to Angel Torres (VisualK) on the on-demand webinar “Using Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to measure your plant’s maintenance health” to learn more about standardizing your asset health throughout the plant.

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VisualK has been working for over 13 years with energy plants to incorporate best practices related to asset management and maintenance efforts. With Infor's CloudSuite solutions and our expertise, we have helped keep over 80 power plants running.

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