Frost & Sullivan

Virtual Think Tank

Building Operational Resilience through Enterprise Asset Management


Empowering enterprise assets using data-driven insights in real-time

Mukul Krishna

Mukul Krishna
Vice President
Supply chain & Logistics Business Leader
Frost & Sullivan

Thursday March 30, 2023
2:00 PM – 3:00PM EDT

We are pleased to invite you to an exclusive discussion with your peers to gain your perspective in support of our ongoing industry research.

Join us for this Timely Discussion!

In today’s post-pandemic business environment companies are placing a premium on building resilience within their operations. Despite of uncertainty within business ecosystems, machines/equipment are enterprise assets that can be predictably managed when good data is available. Too often companies get into “analysis paralysis” where they do have access to a lot of data but fail to get any meaningful insights from the data. This is where Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solutions step in. Enterprise Asset Management helps companies in a myriad of ways from increasing productivity to preventing revenue leakage.

Automated procurement through EAM systems reduces waste and helps control costs as inventory levels do not dip below critical levels, thus saving on the cost of excess inventory of parts or the flip side when a manufacturer suddenly runs out of critical stock. Human resources too can be better planned through workflow management tools thus driving the bottom line down through more efficient processes while driving the top line up through increased productivity.

The key questions we will be discussing are:

How well are handheld devices supported within the business ecosystem to enable effective operational efficiency?

Are visual analytics being leveraged to gain added operational efficiencies or are today’s business ecosystems still relying on traditional data streams?

Is data being effectively modeled and acted on in close to real-time or is latency biting into efficiency and profitability?

Is connectivity keeping pace with the need to connect and collaborate with an increasing number of devices, people and applications?

Is EAM being deployed more as a point-solution or is it being perceived more as a holistic solution that will help with the top and bottom lines.

In this Virtual Think Tank session, Frost & Sullivan Supply chain & Logistics Business Leader, Mukul Krishna along with other thought leaders, discuss what are the best practices to embrace to maximize the ROI on Enterprise Asset Management and what are the pitfalls to avoid.


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Ryan Knudsen

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Facility Manager
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Tommy Dunning

Tommy Dunning
Maintenance and Engineering Manager

Scott Campbell

Scott Campbell
Global Manager
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What is a Virtual Think Tank?
A Frost & Sullivan Virtual Think Tank is an exclusive, unique and highly engaging conversation that brings together a diverse group of industry leaders to discuss their opinions on a certain topic. Content from this collective discussion will be featured in an upcoming Frost & Sullivan article where you have the options to be highlighted as a thought leader. Your insight as a strategic partner is invaluable.
Why Should I Participate?
  • Share & Learn Best Practices: Engage in strategic conversations with your peers. The open, candid discussions you have will spark creative thinking and help you formulate new ideas for implementation.
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  • Get Access to a Frost & Sullivan Analyst: Engage with our industry experts to gain additional insights and ask them your questions.
  • Demonstrate Your Industry Expertise: The insights, feedback and best practices shared by you will be part of an upcoming Frost & Sullivan vBook. Through your participation, both you and your company will be positioned as a leader.
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