Interview with Steve Richmond from Projetech about Enterprise Asset Management (EAM)

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5. When I start as a company with the introduction of EAM, what should be my first step?

The first step would be to develop a comprehensive internal communication plan outlining why your taking on this endeavor, who will be involved and the overall expected outcomes of adopting the software. This will allow everyone involved to understand the rationale and to feel connected as part of the decision-making process moving forward.

The interview was conducted in writing with Steve Richmond, CEO of Projetech

Steve is the founder and CEO of Projetech Inc., a Tivoli Award Winning IBM Business Partner. Born in Los Angeles, California; raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and educated at the University of Cincinnati, he began his working career in the mechanical contracting business. Steve founded Projetech in 1990. He has led, driven and grown Projetech to success as the largest IBM Maximo as a Service provider in the world. Steve is a published author and accomplished speaker. He maintains certification and affiliation with the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP), the Association of Facilities Engineers (AFE) and the Building Owners and Management Institute (BOMI)

About Projetech:

IBM Maximo as a Service is the global standard in software for Enterprise Asset Management and maintenance. Projetech is the primary provider of Maximo as a Service (MaaS) in the world, providing customers with a secure, dedicated and supported Maximo application via the cloud. Maximo is utilized in a multitude of industries including the government, energy, aviation, military, automotive and beauty industry to name a few. It is used with some of the most recognizable brand names in the world.