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Implementation and Go Live Phases

Boots on the Ground

Reorganizing and rebuilding asset master data is a specialized, intensive process. Unlike many physical asset management consultancies, Emerson goes beyond recommendations and puts boots on the ground – field engineers who are trained and equipped to implement your new program.


Over time, factors such as acquisitions, reorganizations, and the ad hoc deployment of systems fracture data standards and scatter a company’s asset data, resulting in poor data integrity and quality. Often, consistent asset taxonomy does not exist at any one plant, let alone across plants. MRG’s field engineering force is adept at establishing consistency using techniques that range from walkdown of assets on the plant floor to enhancing data quality electronically.

Once they have established a data foundation in Catapult®, the taxonomy aligns to our EAM Booster Packs and our engineers rapidly assemble maintenance strategies that target failure modes with pinpoint accuracy.

Because our approach to implementations prudently applies similar maintenance strategies on like assets across the enterprise, we deliver a uniquely robust defect elimination environment.

Learn more about our field engineering capabilities.


Go Live Support

Go live is an intensely busy time under the best circumstances. With a significant amount of an implementation team’s resources focused on the technical cutover, the go live impacts on the business operations are often underestimated. We create the best circumstances for your process by focusing on eliminating potential disruptions before they occur. Our preparations target critical areas, including user training that emphasizes “why”, data quality review, maintenance resource load leveling to align resources with the new program and process requirements, and change management.