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Hype Cycle for Enterprise Asset Management, 2004

Published: 21 June 2004

ID: G00120931

Analyst(s): Kristian Steenstrup

Summary

EAM emerged as an extension to computerized maintenance management system concepts in the early 1990s. The hype continues to focus on functionality, but there is now an overlay of technology enablement that draws more attention to functions offered.

Table Of Contents
  • Management Summary
  • Hype Cycle for Enterprise Asset Management, 2004
  • On the Rise
    • Embedded Diagnostic Tools
    • Real-Time Condition Monitoring
    • Telematics on Vehicles
  • At the Peak
    • Integration With Production
    • Outsourced Maintenance of Equipment
    • RCM
    • E-Learning
  • Sliding Into the Trough
    • Combined Work and Asset Management
    • SCM Within Suites
    • Workload Balancing
    • Predictive Maintenance
    • Illustrated Parts Catalogs
    • Wireless Work Management
    • Business Intelligence Integration
  • Climbing the Slope
    • Web-Centric Systems
    • Preventive Maintenance
    • MRO Web Purchasing
  • Entering the Plateau
    • E-Procurement
    • Inventory Planning
  • Conclusions
  • Hype Cycle Phase Definitions
  • Benefit Rating and Maturity Level Definitions
  • Acronym Key

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