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Together with one of our strategic partners, we are undertaking a significant program to implement data-centric engineering data management capability for a mining and oil and gas client
One of our clients engaged us to evaluate their current level of engineering data management (EDM) maturity. A key component of this involved identifying opportunities and their associated benefits to address key gaps in the near-term and develop a high-level plan to improve EDM practices across the business in the long term.
The project was conducted by the client in partnership with Advisian Digital Enterprise over eleven weeks and involved a comprehensive assessment across five of the client’s facilities.
There were two key parts of this assessment: firstly, the mapping of how each site faired against defined maturity criteria for EDM; and secondly, the readiness for significant change at each site. These two aspects were treated in combination and actions were planned to achieve both. The following outcomes were accomplished through the assessment:
For a site to be classified as “ready” they were required to meet all of the above criteria.
The final business case developed for the client detailed the benefits and costs associated with improving the current level of EDM maturity. Specifically, the primary focus areas were:
These benefits were driven by improved reliability and availability of engineering information/data coupled with the right tools.