Program Management


Project management is the discipline of planning and managing the resources needed for the successful completion of a project’s business case. When all the resources are not directly under the Project Manager’s contractual control, it can get complicated.

Identifying, acquiring and managing all the resources required for a successful EAM system implementation can be a significant challenge. Worse yet, add in a few subcontractors that contract direct with the end use client and a few competing projects governed by yet another third party Program Management Office and it is a potential recipe for…in polite terms - subpar enterprise value creation. MRG understands these scenarios and how to successfully execute our role while seamlessly integrating into the project governance structure deployed – regardless of contract structure. Our focus remains intently on project success and this claim is supported by our 400+ engagements working with and/or for numerous third party system implementers.

MRG’s approach to project management is based on the Project Management Institute’s Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) and can be integrated into an existing governance model or as a standalone solution. Commercial structure for our engagements has been and may be with end use clients directly or with third party implementers, whichever is appropriate to properly allocate risk and create a foundation for success for the specific engagement. MRG creates value throughout the system implementation life cycle by improving reliability processes and programs and data quality. As such, our position in the governance structure may often be part of existing Business Process and Information Technology threads. Whatever the structure, MRG remains focused on one thing-improving end use client’s asset health through engagement success.


"MRG’s experts are leaders in asset management data structures. They have designed, launched and supported many instances of top-tier enterprise systems.”

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The Need for
Foundational Data

Many companies attempt to execute maintenance planning within their organizations, many times unsuccessfully. More often than not, these companies do not have the proper foundational data or processes in place at the onset, dooming their initiative to failure. In order to reap the financial benefits from maintenance planning…


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