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A Step-By-Step Guide To Building The Business Case For APM Software

  • Webinar
  • Operational Excellence

A Step-By-Step Guide To Building The Business Case For APM Software

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Verdantix asked 284 operations executives for their views on the role of asset performance management (APM) software in their firms’ operational excellence initiatives, and 97% said that it was either ‘very significant’ or ‘significant’. In contrast, only 15% of those surveyed said that they were using a commercial APM software application as of the end of 2020.

One of the core reasons for this disparity is the difficulty in quantifying the benefits of strong APM performance. To help fix this funding gap, Verdantix has created a step-by-step toolkit to build a financial business case for APM software. The Total System Value assessment covers a wide range of business benefits as well as offering best practice advice on how to position projects for success in your firm’s capital requisition process. Attendees of this webinar will walk away with a thorough understanding of how to shape the financial business case for APM software in a way that engages the C-suite.

On this webinar

Hugo Fuller

Industry Analyst

Hugo is an industry analyst in the Verdantix Operational Excellence practice. His research agenda explores the technologies within the extended reality and connected worker market, alongside enterprise asset management software. In advisory, his work includes go-to-market, growth strategy and long-term research partnerships.

Senior Analyst

Victor is a Senior Analyst in the Verdantix Operational Excellence practice. His research agenda focuses on asset management solutions and their overlap with industrial risk management technologies and digital twins. His advisory portfolio includes go-to-market, growth strategy, commercial due diligence and digital strategy projects for corporates, vendors and investors. Prior to joining Verdantix, Victor was a research associate at Imperial College London and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, providing engineering advisory services for clients in the energy industry (oil & gas, nuclear and solar). Victor holds a PhD in Process Engineering from University College London.