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市場調查報告書

對重工業來說重要的最新的資產管理

Modern Asset Management Critical in Heavy Industries

出版商 Ovum, Ltd. 商品編碼 300137
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 18 Pages
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對重工業來說重要的最新的資產管理 Modern Asset Management Critical in Heavy Industries
出版日期: 2014年04月15日 內容資訊: 英文 18 Pages
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石油、天然氣及公共事業等傳統的產業所屬企業,持有許多高價的資產,這些生命週期跨越數十年隨著老化為了維持的成本成為很大的負擔。那樣的企業為了取得成功並且進一步生存,排除多餘東西,最佳化資產的性能、效率及投資回收,需要取得資料、體系化,並且活用分析的資產管理工具。

本報告提供石油、天然氣及公共事業企業的資產管理調查分析,7個分類的資產、性能相關資訊管理應用的各種優點與滿意度分析、這些應用的市場發展促進及阻礙因素,以及對目前資產管理手法將來面臨的課題的不合適理由、採用資產生命週期資訊管理(ALIM)等最尖端方法帶給客戶的便利相關分析等,為您概述為以下內容。

摘要

  • 發展要素
  • Ovum的見解
  • 主要的訊息

品質差的資產管理廣泛有很花錢的問題

  • 品質差的資產資訊管理很花錢-並且有時候是致命的-的問題
  • 調查結果,提出的資產及企劃資訊應用顯示不同樣
  • 完全不同的資料種類是公共事業及E&P(勘探開發)的課題
  • 作資訊管理投資決策的是誰
    • CIO所扮演的角色-並且那對供應商來說意味什麼
    • 流程管理者在許多場合發揮強大影響力

用戶報告次優福利和滿意度

  • 大多數用戶並不完全滿意他們迄今所取得的利益
  • 滿意度高於利益的評級

複數技術及商務因素促進對更優秀資訊管理的需求

  • 客戶為了管理巨量資料拆卸儲倉尋求更優秀的工具
    • 技術因素
    • 商務因素

關於對資訊管理技術的未來的投資依然不明朗

  • 大多數沒有進一步投資IM的計劃的-現在
  • 主要的投資目標為整合和法規遵守的提高
  • 主要的引進阻礙因素為不確實的利益及管理者的支援

欠缺的部份:對資產管理的生命週期方法和朝向成熟的發展藍圖

  • 迅速的變化碰上確立的活動,結果成為靜止狀態
  • 明確定義的ALIM策略和成熟模式為盛況與單純倖存間的很大差距
  • 還沒成為「下個焦點」

附屬資料

  • 定義
  • 調查手法
    • 人口動態
  • 相關報告書
  • 著者
  • Ovum諮詢
  • 免除責任

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目錄
Product Code: IT023-000003

Companies in old-line industries such as oil and gas and utilities are saddled with expensive assets with decades-long lifecycles that cost more to maintain as they grow older. Success - even survival - requires such companies to embrace asset management tools that can capture, organize, and analyze data to root out waste and optimize asset performance, efficiency, and return on investment.

Highlights

  • Ovum research documents adoption rates of asset and performance management technologies and highlights a lifecycle approach that promises significant additional benefits. The study also measures the benefits that customers have achieved across multiple technology- and business-related factors.

Features Benefits

  • Analyzes benefits and satisfaction levels across seven categories of asset- and performance-related information management applications.
  • Identifies demand drivers and inhibitors across these application categories, as well as planned investment among survey respondents.

Questions Answers

  • Why are current asset management methods inadequate for the challenges facing the utilities and oil and gas industries?
  • What benefits are customers gaining by adopting leading-edge approaches such as asset lifecycle information management (ALIM)?

Table of Contents

Headings

SUMMARY

  • Catalyst
  • Ovum view
  • Key messages

POOR ASSET MANAGEMENT IS A WIDESPREAD AND EXPENSIVE PROBLEM

  • Poor asset information management is an expensive - and sometimes fatal - problem
  • Survey findings show uneven uptake of asset and project information applications
  • Disparate data types are a challenge across utilities and E&P
  • Who makes the information management investment decisions?
    • The role of the CIO - and what it means for vendors
    • Process managers often exert strong influence

USERS REPORT SUBOPTIMAL BENEFITS AND SATISFACTION

  • Most users are not completely happy with the benefits they have achieved so far
  • Satisfaction ratings were higher overall than benefits ratings

MULTIPLE TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS FACTORS ARE DRIVING DEMAND FOR BETTER INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

  • Customers want better tools for managing Big Data and dismantling their silos
    • Technology factors
    • Business factors

FUTURE INVESTMENT IN INFORMATION MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES REMAINS UNCERTAIN

  • Large majority have no plans to invest more in IM - yet
  • Top investment goals are consolidation and improving regulatory compliance
  • Key adoption inhibitors are uncertain benefits and manager support

THE MISSING PIECES: A LIFECYCLE APPROACH TO ASSET MANAGEMENT AND A ROADMAP TO MATURITY

  • When rapid change collides with entrenched practices, the result can be stasis
  • Well-defined ALIM strategies and maturity models will increasingly make the difference between thriving or merely surviving
  • Not yet the "next big thing"

APPENDIX

  • Definitions
  • Methodology
    • Demographics
  • Further reading
  • Author
  • Ovum Consulting
  • Disclaimer

Figures

  • Figure 1: Asset and project performance software is most widely adopted today
  • Figure 2: CIOs lead IM investment, but other C-level executives have strong influence
  • Figure 2: Few customers are fully satisfied with their IM investments to date
  • Figure 4: Technology factors driving demand for IM applications
  • Figure 5: Mobility, opex, and health/safety are among the top IM drivers
  • Figure 6: Large majorities say they have no plans for further IM investment
  • Figure 7: What is holding back information management investment?
  • Figure 8: A maturity model for asset lifecycle information management
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