Center of Excellence for Public Infrastructure Asset Management
A well-functioning public infrastructure is vital for every nation’s social and economic well-being. It enables the transportation of goods, ensures everyday mobility of people and integrates one nations economy with other economies in the world. In most countries, it is the most valuable asset owned by the public sector.
The business and political demands of the 21st century on transportation requires new ways of working with managing and maintaining the infrastructure. A well-defined lifecycle management becomes critical, from making right investments in new assets to the operations and maintenance of existing ones. Emerging technologies are already changing the foundation of how we work with Asset Management and can help us in making the right decisions at the right time. Those who can create real value from the digitalization will take lead within Asset Management, others will follow.
All owners and operators of transportation infrastructure faces the same challenges. That is why we at Nexer has created our own “Center of Excellence for Public Infrastructure Asset Management”. We are market leaders in providing IT solutions for Asset Management as well as leadership services, best practices, research, support and training in using emerging and disruptive technologies to transform operations. Our team has over 30 years of experience in the field and works with some of the largest owners and operators of public infrastructure in the Nordics.
Public Infrastructure Asset Management
We can help you address the following challenges ↓
- Managing with reduced budgets and increased competition
- Increasing asset reliability and availability
- Improving asset performance
- Capturing actual asset costs for labor, materials, tools & services
- Aging Workforce
- Reducing inventory costs
- Collecting accurate data to drive condition-based maintenance programs
- Consolidating asset management solutions
- Meeting regulatory requirements and changes
- Minimizing risk with new systems