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The ASUG EAM Community has announced a three part webcast series for both ASUG members and have opening this up for non ASUG members to register as well.

With the recent publication of the ISO 55000 family of standards, the ASUG EAM Community has launched a three part webcast series that will run from February 2014 to April 2014. This series is focused on helping ASUG EAM Community members both understand this standard, what it can and will mean to them and how SAP can help support this.

There has also been an ASUG Discussion group setup to facilitate conversations and the exchange for information about this topic.

They have a great group of speakers lined up to cover various aspects on this very important topic for our community.

Webcast details and links to register for ASUG members and non ASUG members are included below please sign up and join in both the webcasts and the conversations in the discussion forum.


This is your opportunity to learn more about this and what it can mean to your organization. It should be a great series


if you have any questions about this series please contact ASUG EAM Community Volunteer Chair Jeff Smith via email JSmith@Fairfaxwater.org

ASUG Webcast Series – Focus on ISO 55000 (3 Part Webcast Series) February to April 2014

February 19, 2014 at 12 pm ET          ISO 55000 – What, Why and How                 

March 26, 2014 at 12 pm ET              ISO 55000 and SAP: Realizing the Value of Good Asset Management Practices                 

April 23, 2014 at 12 pm ET                 ISO 55000 and your Organization – Expert Advice and Guidance                

Webcast Details and Registration Information

1) February 19, 2014 Webcast at 12 pm ET

Title:  ” ISO 55000 – What, Why and How”

This webcast will provide attendees an ideal, rapid introduction to the new ISO55000 standards for Asset Management.  Find out what they cover and what they mean to you.  In this webcast will share with you the latest worldwide innovations and achievements in optimized, whole life cycle asset management.  It will help you to see how all the pieces of asset management can be made to fit together in a joined-up ‘management system’ for Asset Management.

Presented by John Woodhouse, one of the best known international experts in the subject (and member of the ISO55000 development team), the webcast is your opportunity to hear the story and recent case studies and understand the practical implications and performance improvement opportunities that ISO55000 represents.

This session will equip you with information and understanding about what is ISO55000,why it is important, and how other organizations are improving their joined-up, whole life cycle approach to asset management.

Links to additional background ISO 55000 information in case you want to do some reading in advance of this webcast

ISO 55000 Standard     www.ISO55000.info

” The Asset Management Imperative – Getting Ready for ISO 55000 ” Blog Series

http://scn.sap.com/community/eam/blog/2013/10/02/the-asset-management-imperative-getting-ready-for-iso-55000-part-1-of-12

Speaker:  John Woodhouse, Woodhouse Partnership

Registration Link for ASUG Members:  http://www.asug.com/events/detail/ISO-55000-What-Why-and-How

Non-ASUG members are welcome to attend by contacting Michael Ochs ( Michael.Ochs@asug.com ) or Timothy Seymore ( Timothy.Seymore@asug.com ): they can get you the details to attend.


2) March 26, 2014 Webcast  at 12 pm ET     

Title:  ISO 55000 and SAP: Realizing the Value of Good Asset Management Practices

Profound shifts in society, business, and technology suggest that a new industrial revolution is under way. Manufacturers and companies in asset intensive industries must adapt to continuous change and find innovative ways to compete in global markets while achieving value out of their investment in assets. Technological innovation can help them optimize existing processes and build new services and business models. Operational excellence focused on asset management requires processes and collaboration that span organizational and geographic boundaries, enabled by the right technology infrastructure.
The ISO 5500X suite of International Standards addresses these issues and describes a management system for asset management with the framework on how to establish, implement, maintaining, and continually improve it. SAP solutions enable organizations to achieve operational excellence by providing visibility and transparency of asset relevant business information throughout an entire organization.
This session gives you an overview of ISO 5500 relevant SAP solutions – using them as the common information technology platform on which an organization can implement an asset management system.

Speaker:  Karsten Hauschild, SAP

Registration Link for ASUG Members:  http://www.asug.com/events/detail/ISO-55000-and-SAP-Realizing-the-Value-of-Good-Asset-Managem

Non-ASUG members are welcome to attend by contacting Michael Ochs ( Michael.Ochs@asug.com ) or Timothy Seymore ( Timothy.Seymore@asug.com ): they can get you the details to attend.




3) April 23, 2014 Webcast  at 12pm EST

Title:  ISO 55000 and your Organization – Expert Advice and Guidance

Hear from our expert panel about their perspectives on the ISO 55000 family of standards on what companies really need to know. They will discuss if and how companies can benefit from this as well as how they might best implement in their organizations. You will receive practical insights on this topic as well as ideas for quick wins that you may wish to consider, as well as understanding more about the certification process.

This will also be your opportunity to get your questions answered and take back insights and potential action plans for your organization.

Moderator: Norm Poytner (Nexen)

Panelists: Achim Kruger (SAP), Michael Kuijl ( Vesta ), Marc LaPlante ( Meridium )


Registration Link for ASUG Members :   http://www.asug.com/events/detail/ISO-55000-and-Your-Organiztion-Expert-Advice-and-Guidance


Non-ASUG members are welcome to attend by contacting Michael Ochs ( Michael.Ochs@asug.com ) or Timothy Seymore ( Timothy.Seymore@asug.com ): they can get you the details to attend.


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