Getting Executive Attention and Support for Predictive Maintenance

February 5, 2020

In this brief, Ralph Rio – Vice President at ARC Advisory Group, discusses the importance of getting business executive attention (and support) for predictive maintenance programs. Just because technology is “cool” doesn’t mean it can help turn profit. Check out Ralph Rio’s brief to get advice on ROI for predictive maintenance, setting-up projects for success, and connecting maintenance KPIs to C-suite KPIs. “Those involved in maintenance would do well to tie maintenance KPIs to executive KPIs to obtain executive approval and support for projects” – Ralph Rio, ARC Advisory Group

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