Servelec Technologies is sponsoring the Water Industry Asset Management Conference, held by Water & Wastewater Treatment (WWT) in partnership with WET News on 10th May 2018 in the Birmingham Conference & Events Centre.
With final preparations being made for PR19, it’s never been more important for water companies to enhance their understanding of customer expectations, the demands on infrastructure, asset health, and digital technology, in order to deliver achievable outcomes in their business plans. The conference will give attendees the opportunity to hear from leaders in industry sharing their experiences of asset management, capital investment planning, innovation, intelligent data use, and procurement strategy, all through a series of thought provoking presentations and case studies, high-level debates, Q&A forums and networking sessions.
At the event, Marcus Fowler, Associate Director and Manuel Starr, Principal Analyst of Servelec Technologies, will be speaking on “intelligent assets”, and how exploiting real-time data can support asset management decisions. He will be joined on stage by Caroline Howarth, Maintenance Decision Support Manager for United Utilities. Martin, Manuel and Caroline will be presenting at 3:45pm.
Servelec Technologies will also be showcasing its Business Optimisation solution PIONEER; asset management software with an advanced optimiser, and a flexible service risk modelling capability. PIONEER has delivered benefits to water companies over many years including capital cost savings of over 10%, improved customer service, increased funding through improved justification of needs, and consistent evidence-based decision-making.
Servelec Technologies is a market-leading global provider of end-to-end hardware and software products and systems. We deliver efficiency savings to customers’ business operations, by creating systems to collect, communicate and exploit data. To find out more about Servelec Technologies’ solutions for the water industry, visit www.servelectechnologies.com
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