Energy and Utilities2018-09-28T11:59:06+00:00

Deliver value to customers and shareholders whilst satisfying regulatory requirements

Organisations within the Energy and Utilities whether electricity, energy, water or renewable firms and integrated partners, must adapt to using sophisticated methods to manage their assets, with common processes and systems. Companies within this sector need to capture increasing volumes of information more accurately. The scope of work management projects is growing to include supply chain management, condition-based maintenance, equipment reliability, advanced planning and scheduling for spare parts, automated workforce scheduling/optimisation, and mobile working.

An asset management solution, such as Maximo, can help deliver operational benefits to give the organisation visibility and capability to manage the business efficiently. These companies can improve operational excellence meaning they get more from the assets that serve their customers. Companies are realising that profitability, stability and performance are closely related to how mission-critical assets are purchased, maintained and optimised throughout their entire life cycle. This is important for savings, regulatory compliance, availability enhancements and competitive advantage.

Using smartphones and mobile devices by employees in the Energy and Utilities industry has improved customer expectations. Having a dynamic and configurable solution allows organisations to become more responsive and efficient. Solutions such as Fingertip provide workers with detailed information and improves overall efficiency by enabling direct updates from the field, real-time data, photographs, signatures and analytics of asset status.

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Deliver value to customers and shareholders whilst satisfying regulatory requirements

Organisations within the Energy and Utilities whether electricity, energy, water or renewable firms and integrated partners, must adapt to using sophisticated methods to manage their assets, with common processes and systems. Companies within this sector need to capture increasing volumes of information more accurately. The scope of work management projects is growing to include supply chain management, condition-based maintenance, equipment reliability, advanced planning and scheduling for spare parts, automated workforce scheduling/optimisation, and mobile working.

An asset management solution, such as Maximo, can help deliver operational benefits to give the organisation visibility and capability to manage the business efficiently. These companies can improve operational excellence meaning they get more from the assets that serve their customers. Companies are realising that profitability, stability and performance are closely related to how mission-critical assets are purchased, maintained and optimised throughout their entire life cycle. This is important for savings, regulatory compliance, availability enhancements and competitive advantage.

Using smartphones and mobile devices by employees in the Energy and Utilities industry has improved customer expectations. Having a dynamic and configurable solution allows organisations to become more responsive and efficient. Solutions such as Fingertip provide workers with detailed information and improves overall efficiency by enabling direct updates from the field, real-time data, photographs, signatures and analytics of asset status.

Benefits of an end-to-end solution

  • Ability to work across business units, including electrical transmission, distribution, power generation, water and wastewater treatment in a single solution and database

  • Increase the effectiveness of resources by providing a platform to support all types of assets

  • Supports ATEX inspections

  • Produce reports to meet compliance regulations

Benefits

Benefits of an end-to-end solution

  • Ability to work across business units, including electrical transmission, distribution, power generation, water and wastewater treatment in a single solution and database

  • Increase the effectiveness of resources by providing a platform to support all types of assets

  • Supports ATEX inspections

  • Produce reports to meet compliance regulations

Benefits

Energy and Utilities Solutions

Maximo Asset Management

Maximo Asset Management and Maximo for Utilities/Nuclear help organisations manage their assets on a single platform.

Fingertip

Fingertip captures information and data in real-time for tracking labour and certificates.

Click Field Service Edge

Click’s comprehensive solution for Utilities can improve reliability, increase customer satisfaction and ensure regulatory compliance.

Energy and Utilities Services

Solving Industry Issues

Solving Industry Issues

Peacock Engineering’s Energy and Utilities Clients

“NIE and Peacock jointly managed a tight programme, and a Project Board governance process ensured scope was controlled, cost was managed, and the timescale was closely followed. Peacock and NIE can be proud of a clear joint success in delivering a complex project on time and on budget”

Stuart Graham, Programme Manager, NIE

“By combining our in-house telemetry skills with Peacock Engineering’s expertise in IBM Maximo, we have been able to create a system that genuinely transforms the way handle incidents at our suites. The ability to predict where failures are most likely to occur ultimately leads to fewer outages, less emergency maintenance work, and greater total production across our generation infrastructure.”

Neil Douglas, Head of IT, Infinis

“Our Peacock consultant was very knowledgeable about Maximo and, importantly to us, was able to quickly translate our specific business requirements into a working solution.”

Business Analyst, Cavendish Nuclear

“Peacock Engineering offers excellent technical expertise, they are a good fit with our own organisation and they are able to demonstrate experience of similar successful implementations to our own. Since the completion, we became the first wind farm utility to be PAS55 certified by Lloyds Register.”

Alan Jones, Maintenance Engineer, ESB