Maintaining equipment inspection and corrective action is labor and time intensive. Most utilities have several disparate platforms where data resides in disconnected silos related to engineering, work management, GIS, and mobile field applications. It’s not unusual to find multiple asset management platforms at the same utility.

With no consolidated process or platform to address these problems, utilities are forced to be reactive instead of proactive. SAP CII removes the complexity by seamlessly integrating with SAP EAM (SAP S/4HANA) and Esri ArcGIS enterprise (a GIS mapping and spatial analytics platform). Customers can finally experience a truly actionable, seamless solution, streamlining efficiencies surrounding EAM for all asset types supporting inventory, risk assessment, start-to-finish inspection, corrective action, and new facility installation. With SAP CII, utilities can improve infrastructure resiliency and operational effectiveness.

Key Takeaways

- Work management simplification of process for people, schedules, and assets

- Predictive maintenance and preventative maintenance can be harmonized on a single platform with a common interface and tools

- Dashboards can be actionable across all aspects of EAM, including planning, scheduling, and execution


  • Ron Gray, Sr. Solution Advisor, SAP
  • Ron Gray, Sr. Solution Advisor, SAP
  • Prakash Gidvani, SAP Enterprise Architect, SAP
  • Prakash Gidvani, SAP Enterprise Architect, SAP

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