Control Data Risks


EAM implementations can be messy. Previously hidden data sets surprise as they surface out of fragmented processes and each plant's unique practices. Consolidating them into the new system and assuring that they deliver the business case by supporting asset performance improvements while still meeting milestones is a complex challenge.

MRG’s accelerators manage data from all sites and standardize them on a common taxonomy in a single master database. To eliminate problems before they occur, we validate the fields of all records against your EAM configuration requirements as we go. When key attribute data are missing, you can turn to our libraries to fill the void. And if ultimately required, MRG can mobilize engineers to the field to visually inspect assets to close any remaining gaps. With detailed reporting (including control points that can align with your company’s Sarbanes – Oxley program), you will know exactly where your data are throughout the lifecycle of your project.  For more information, see What We Do.

Eliminate Data Roadblocks

In a recent Aberdeen Group report, 44% of respondents from asset intensive industries identified “complex / disparate data sets” as “significant roadblocks to improving decision making.” MRG’s accelerators flatten roadblocks and streamline decision making.”

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Standardize to Bolster Your Business Case

EAM systems are essential to improved physical asset performance, but the available data usually miss the mark. Master data may conflict within a plant and even more so across plants, impairing the ability to standardize maintenance and reliability practices.

Just as standardization of vendor masters brings enterprise supply chain leverage, standardization of asset masters brings enterprise leverage to reliability engineering. MRG’s clients build top tier maintenance and reliability practices on standardized enterprise asset master data, boosting returns on assets and mitigating the risk of critical asset failures. Let us show you how we add these benefits to your EAM implementation business case.

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Data Drives

“Data is the most critical element in enabling business processes. Improved processes drive business transformation. A data quality improvement and sustainability plan is essential to reap the full benefits of any business transformation initiative.”

-Blake Geoghagan, Principal, EAM Lead, Deloitte Consulting, LLP


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