Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) August 10, 2015
Today E-ISG Asset Intelligence announced that its CEO Jackie Luo is speaking at the National Property Management Association (NPMA)’s annual meeting, being held this week in Fort Worth, TX. Jackie will share her insights about the key challenges in implementing enterprise asset management systems and how to overcome them.
Many asset management professionals are gathering this week in Fort Worth, TX for NPMA’s annual meeting National Education Seminar (NES). Many of these professionals work for federal contractors, nonprofit research organizations, research universities, as well as federal and state government agencies. This annual conference is the time for the asset management professionals to exchange ideas and best practices.
This year, the educational tracks include asset life cycle management, updates on Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR/DFARs), asset management standards and best practices, and asset management technologies.
Jackie Luo, the CEO of E-ISG Asset Intelligence, will be leading a discussion on the Key challenges of implementing enterprise asset management systems. According to Jackie, “Enterprise asset management is one of the most underappreciated operational disciplines in most businesses and organizations. There are many opportunities to improve the processes and realize value from deploying an automated enterprise asset management system.”
While working with many customers to implement automated enterprise asset management systems, the E-ISG team have gained many insights on the key challenges in business processes, legacy technologies, and change management. Jackie believes that it is important to share these insights with other asset management professionals. She said, “It is important that we, as a community, invest in building the knowledge and support to this operational discipline of managing physical and IT assets.”