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TechnologyOne has appointed ...
TechnologyOne has appointed former Mincom Executive, Peter Suchting, as General Manager - Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) - to oversee the release of a redeveloped solution and a reinforced team.
TechnologyOne's new General Manager - Enterprise Asset Management, Peter Suchting said the latest release of the solution offered a very solid and comprehensive set of functionality.
"Any asset-centric organisation will see the value in TechnologyOne Asset Management," Mr Suchting
Peter Suchting spent 21 years with Mincom, where he was most recently Senior Vice President of Business Solutions, a role in which he was globally responsible for industry solutions in Mining, Utilities, Transport and Public Infrastructure.
Before this he was Executive Vice President of Managed Services, Senior VP and Chief Technology Officer of Emerging Products, and spent time in VP roles in Product Marketing, Product Strategy and Planning, and Research & Development; overseeing everything from architecture to sales.
was the standout candidate as he is very respected in the EAM industry
and has an impressive history of working on major customer projects, business strategy, and new product development," Mr Di Marco said.
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Information supplied by Peter Suchting, vice president, general product, Mincom, Inc. (800) 670-6467.
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Mr Peter SuchtingExecutive Vice President, Emerging Products and Managed ServicesMr Suchting is Executive Vice President with responsibility for 2 key businesses within Mincom - Emerging Products, which incubates and develops market potential for new products, and Mincom Managed Services, which delivers a complete range of IT outsourcing services to a global customer base.He has been with Mincom for over 17 years and has held a variety of positions in product development and marketing.Prior to joining Mincom, Mr Suchting worked in the UK and Australia as a project manager and consultant for Ernst & Young, Guinness Breweries, Air Express, and Suncorp Insurance.
TechnologyOne General Manager - Asset ...
TechnologyOne General Manager - Asset Management, Peter Suchting said these frameworks meant councils in all states and territories had to deliver long term asset management plans, renewal programs and capital budgets based on reality rather than guess work.
"Councils need to understand the current health of their assets, what their service level targets are over five, 10 and 20 years and how they will fund them, the scenarios if they cannot fund them, how to deal with any funding gaps and the fair value of assets and their consumption," Mr Suchting said.
"In this way, decisions about where and when to spend money are based on long-term, community driven outcomes rather than short term goals.
"This is why our existing and new customers welcomed the full integration of the Assetic SAM and TechnologyOne Enterprise Asset Management software.
"Our solution enables them to manage the reactive and planned maintenance of assets driven by powerful GIS integration and Mobile deployment, while SAM provides nationally benchmarked algorithms and modelling provide long-term financial analysis, asset valuations, forecasting and community service planning," Mr Suchting said.
TechnologyOne appoints Peter ...
TechnologyOne appoints Peter Suchting to oversee the release of its redeveloped solution and reinforced team... more
TechnologyOne has appointed former Mincom Executive Peter Suchting as General Manager, Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) to oversee the release of a redeveloped solution and a reinforced team to be based at the company's Brisbane headquarters.
The latest release of the solution offers a very solid and comprehensive set of functionality, according to Suchting
â€œAny asset-centric organisation will see the value in TechnologyOne
Asset Management,â€ he
Suchting spent 21 years with Mincom, where he was most recently Senior Vice President of Business Solutions, a role in which he was globally responsible for industry solutions in mining, utilities, transport and public infrastructure.