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Asset Performance Management: The Secret to Uncovering Hidden Profits and Ending Operating Surprises
Top performers optimize their assets. It’s true in any field—sports, the arts, and business. Yet in business, optimizing performance of capital assets often

public utility definition  inappropriately. Or consider the public water utility whose quality-control problems in 1993 with storm run-off systems and purification processes led to almost $200 million in medical and facilities expenses, and more tragically, to more than 100 deaths.3 The disaster could have been avoided if the utility had the ability to more effectively model and predict asset performance for circumstances like those that lead to this disaster. The solution to achieving hidden profit potential and avoiding costly

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