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Research and Markets Adds Report: Global Enterprise Asset Management (Linear Assets, Non-Linear Assets, Field Service Management, Assets MRO) Market - Forecasts to 201904006003
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Enterprise Asset Management (Linear Assets, Non-Linear Assets, Field Service Management, Assets MRO) Market - Forecasts to 2019" report to its offerings.
In a release, Research and Markets noted that report highlights include:
Enterprise asset management (EAM) market solutions are designed to help organizations to manage assets and organize its maintenance schedule.
The functioning of an organization rests upon four major factors that are uptime, cost control, asset longevity, and safety. Considering these factors, EAM solutions have been designed to offer a comprehensive package as a competitive edge.
Presently, EAM comprises life-cycle management, maintenance scheduling, asset tracking, and locating and risk management. This has come a long way from paper-based maintenance planning as it was in its earlier days. The accessibility of data from one's personal mobile devices has offered organizations to control asset data and make changes virtually from anywhere. Return on assets, resource utilization, timely maintenance and lower operation cost are some of the benefits that EAM has to offer.
This study has been undertaken in order to understand the enterprise asset management market structure and is intended to help both vendors and end users in this segment. The entire EAM market comprises EAM software and services. Various EAM services being offered by vendors include implementation, managed services, and training & support.
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