All asset-intensive organizations fall somewhere on the maintenance maturity spectrum, whether by design or not. Some organizations are naturally more reactive, while others are on the cutting-edge of Industry 4.0. What is it that sets them apart? The answer lies in four key building blocks.

During this joint event, Katherine Sanchez, Managing Consultant at MaxGrip, and Ewout Noordermeer, Chief Marketing Officer at Ultimo EAM Software, discuss the four building blocks that help achieve maintenance maturity.

Originally live streamed on June 22nd, 2022, at 10:30 AM CST / 05:30 PM CET.

Register for this webinar recording discussing:

  • How to evaluate where your organization falls on the maintenance maturity spectrum
  • The four key building blocks to accelerating maintenance maturity
  • Using your EAM data strategically to advance along the maturity spectrum
  • How to take the most advantage of Industry 4.0 technologies
  • The best way to get started in achieving your maintenance maturity ambitions

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About the Presenters

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Katherine Sanchez, Managing Consultant at MaxGrip

Katherine Sanchez is a maintenance and reliability professional with more than ten years of experience in engineering, asset reliability, and continuous improvement.

She has established and implemented Asset Care Programs for multiple industries with a focus on Failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) and Reliability-centered maintenance (RCM).

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Ewout Noordermeer, Chief Marketing Officer at Ultimo

Ewout Noordermeer (MSc) is Chief Marketing Officer at Ultimo Software Solutions.

Ewout graduated in Business/Managerial Economics and gained more than 20 years of experience in the field of maintenance management, asset management, CMMS and EAM software solutions.

Ewout has a passion for usability in software, and for creating winning teams. Ewout also has a profound interest in interpersonal relations and cross-team collaboration.

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