Brain Food: Connected Workflows: Eliminating the Silos Across Construction
Connected Workflows: Eliminating the Silos Across Construction, Operations and Maintenance
The asset is the center of all capital improvement, maintenance, and operations actions. You are either building new, replacing the old, renovating, or optimizing existing. Oftentimes your assets go through all three of those options. Infrastructure is a long-term investment and you need the tools to manage them full-term, from planning through construction, operation, maintenance, and replacement. The current standard is a multitude of individual solutions that do not share the data needed for each subsequent phase to work optimally. In this session, you will get a deeper understanding of the systems of record needed to optimally connect workflows that drive overall asset efficiency.
- Understand the significance of connected workflows in asset management.
- Explore how connected workflows can enhance decision-making and streamline processes.
- Learn how to align asset management strategy with connected workflows.
- Explore the available technology solutions for seamless data sharing.
Approved for 1.0 AIA Learning Unit
Industry Strategy Director - Local Governments & Utilities
Matt Sprague is the Local Government Market Manager for Trimble’s Owner & Public Sector. Matt has worked with SaaS companies to establish product strategy and market fit for over 10 years. While at Trimble, he has been integral in bringing to market such products and functionality as Resource Management, Field Management, FedRAMP, Data Warehouse, Digital As-Builts, and many others. He is currently responsible for the local government market strategy. Most recently, Matt has taken on the role of subject matter expert for the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. He is a member of many divisional, sector, and corporate level teams that are dedicated to positioning Trimble to best serve the growing demand for infrastructure improvement in the US and internationally.