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Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCA) helps fleet managers measure the long-term economic sustainability of their organization’s assets. When you calculate the total cost of ownership over the life of an asset, you not only improve your organization’s bottom line, but you also find the answer to the age-old question: should I hold onto or sell this asset? This minimizes the cost of investment and maximizes the profitability an asset will return.
What Drives Asset Life Cycle Costs?by Keith Mobley, Life Cycle Engineering When questioned about their operations, too many executives believe that maintenance is the primary, if not sole, driver behind […]
New: ISO/TS 55010 just released! Guidance on the alignment of financial and non-financial functions in asset management This Technical Specification is a guideline enabling organizations to better understand why and how alignment […]
The ROI of Root Cause AnalysisAn intuitive sense approach For an RCA program to survive, it must stand on its own value. Individuals within an organization who engage in an […]
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