In this whitepaper, authors explore the idea that the equipment fleet is a strategic asset and should be managed as one.

RALEIGH, NC, February 06, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — FMI Corporation, the leading provider of consulting and investment banking services to the Built Environment, is pleased to announce the release of its latest whitepaper, “Fleet in the C-Suite: The Strategic Implications of Equipment Management.” In this whitepaper, authors explore the idea that the equipment fleet is a strategic asset and should be managed as one. Thoroughly and properly implemented, a portfolio management approach to equipment management will focus on managing risks as well as aligning information and organizational structures to best manage those risks.

Michael Clancy, principal at FMI, states, “Efficiently managing both risk on capital deployed and risk to operations will lower the real cost of owning and operating the necessary fleet by making it more efficient. This will allow you to bid work more aggressively and more confidently, and execute it more productively. Managing the fleet like a portfolio requires a new breed of fleet manager – one equally comfortable in the boardroom and in the maintenance bay.”

Download this whitepaper to:

• Explore the concept that a company’s equipment fleet should be managed as a strategic asset within a portfolio.
• Learn how to align information and organizational structures to manage risk.
• Discover how to approach decisions about what equipment to buy, what equipment to rent and how much of each will be needed.

To access the whitepaper, please click here.

FMI is the leading provider of consulting and investment banking to the Built Environment. We provide services in the areas of strategy, leadership and organizational development, performance, technology and innovation, mergers and acquisitions, financial advisory and private equity financing.

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