ATLANTA – (June 21, 2018) – PowerPlan, a leader in asset investment optimization software, has released a new white paper titled, “Are you prepared to stop a large infrastructure disaster from also becoming a financial disaster?” The white paper highlights the impact of limited capital on infrastructure disaster relief, and offers solutions to minimize the impact with holistic asset plans.
Sourcing the American Society of Civil Engineers, the paper states that the infrastructure in the United States has been rated a D+, showing no improvement from 2013. “All organizations hope that they can avoid asset failures from happening to their infrastructure. However, most don’t have solutions in place that enable them to effectively plan their asset investment needs to prevent those failures,” said Dillon Blakes, Senior Product Manager at PowerPlan. “With this paper, we hope to help educate asset intensive organizations, like those in the public sector, utilities, oil and gas, energy, and transportation industries, so they can responsibly plan for the investments their assets need.”
Global organizations use PowerPlan’s Asset Investment Optimization solution to holistically manage and proactively invest in their assets throughout their entire lifecycle. To learn more about the Asset Investment Optimization solution and how organizations benefit from it, visit: https://powerplan.com/solutions/asset-investment-optimization-suite. To have a first view of the white paper, please click here: https://info.powerplan.com/l/107062/2018-06-19/2y3bkl/107062/78283/PowerPlan_WP_Stop_Large_Infrastructure_Disaster__REV180607A.PDF.
About PowerPlan: For more than 25 years, PowerPlan has helped North American energy companies make the right financial decisions which improve lives and powers the world. Through our industry-leading expertise, innovative technology and vast experience listening to and working in tandem with our customers, PowerPlan software sets the standard that CFOs can count on for financial clarity for energy organizations of all sizes. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.powerplan.com.
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