Asset Performance Management (APM) is an area of operations that traditionally demanded huge manpower to evaluate the pieces of equipment and collect relevant data to anticipate the costs required for their daily functioning as well as insurance. Since the advent of digitization, many of these processes have become largely redundant.

Yet, considering the fact that we are still experiencing the cycle of transformative technologies like Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Thing (IoT) affecting business processes, all industries have a long way to go before experiencing the ultimate acceleration that APM offers.

Digital Transformation has massive potential to completely revamp the asset performance sector. Many companies lose a lot of capital over equipment failure and downtime. By integrating technology with APM, industries will be able to transfer a large chunk of tasks that require human interference to smart machines and increase productivity ten-fold.

Optimization, Prediction and a Boost in Speed

Asset Optimization refers to identifying, defining and implementing initiatives that will improve the potential of an asset, and thus, heighten its value. Considering the elevating demand as well as the costs, a lot of pressure is put upon the assets in the production process. With the help of emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (ML), production processes can become seamless as all of the mentioned tasks can be carried out by machines independently.

Digital Transformation also gives a boost to the predictive mission of APM. AI enables machines to identify patterns based on a massive amount of data. This capability gives a strong backing to the insights generated by machines as opposed to the ones produced by human evaluators of assets.

Above all, Digital Transformation leads to an immense acceleration in the speed of APM which further helps enterprises save money in the area of asset failures. The instances of downtime would decrease considerably if advanced technologies are used in assessing asset performance. Aloha Technology's Digital Transformation solutions bring innovative technologies to assist enterprises of any size or industry.

Remote Asset Management

A unique advantage that is entailed in digitization of business processes like supply-chain management, risk management as well as APM is that they can be done remotely. Aloha Technology offers many services that aid these processes. Cloud Technology, as well as the Internet of Things or the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), enables managers and team members to regulate operations remotely or on-the-go.

Many companies have adopted mobile applications and enterprise applications that have bridged the physical gap between employees and certain tangible systems. As a result, it is possible to carry out essential tasks remotely. This has also altered the time taken in decision making to a great extent.

Automation of APM

An important supplement of digital transformation is the onset of the ‘automation’ culture. IoT has led to the automation of equipment. This has revolutionary repercussions for asset performance management. The affordability of sensors, low-cost connectivity and easily available cloud space is proving to be highly beneficial for the integration of IoT with asset management.

Experience APM with Aloha Technology

Asset Performance Management is an intensive discipline that relies heavily on data and the expertise of personnel. Digital Transformation replaces both these factors with an attractive reduction in cost. These digital solutions can also be acquired through service-centric IT firms like Aloha Technology.

Although it will take time for industries to embrace young technologies at the initial stage, digital innovation will definitely transform the sector of asset performance management leading to higher profits and a greater push towards better innovation.


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