The EAM knowledge you need to move forward with confidence on your improvement initiatives.
What is the Value Map™ Assessment platform?
SwainSmith’s Value Map™ Assessment platform is a complete, interactive, web-based tool for rapidly identifying gaps between your current practices and industry-accepted standards, such as ISO 55000.
The resulting Value Map™ contains the detailed insights that allow you to create an implementation plan for closing your performance gaps, determining the value that will be created, and establishing a timeline for realizing improvements.
- 439 key measurements across 25 operational segments
- Score your operation against industry-accepted standards
- Compare assessment scores across multiple site locations
- Generate a detailed roadmap to better asset management
- Plan, prioritize and measure your improvement eﬀorts
- Estimate the scope work and expected return on investment
- Continuously self assess to achieve continuous improvement
Why do a Value Map™ assessment?
The Value Map™ process is informed by 20+ years of helping organizations create value with EAM
Gives you hands-on, continuous access to the industry’s most comprehensive auditing tool
439 specific measurements, across 25 operational segments, canvassing work, MRO materials management and procurement operations
Using Value Map™ methodology, we have helped implement improved asset management systems for some of the world’s largest organizations —public and private sectors
Regularly measuring performance against best practices will help any organization, large or small, get more value from its physical assets.
- immediately generate assessment scores and results
- know where you stand at the click of a button
- generate reports and visualize assessment results
- download assessment results to a XLS file for sharing with other team members
A powerful improvement tool that’s easy to use
Your ongoing loop of assessment, planning, implementation and measurement must be detailed and effective without being cumbersome and time consuming. Otherwise, it will likely end up gathering dust on the sidelines instead of becoming your essential development tool for long-term continuous improvement.