Asset and work management systems for the 21st century

Jordan, Larry
November 1996
Electrical World;Nov96, Vol. 210 Issue 11, Utility Business... p4
Trade Publication
Explains asset and work management systems for electric utilities in the 21st century. Life-cycle asset management; Automated work order processing; Automated materials management; Integration of computer systems.


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