LONDON, January 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Infrastructure asset management leaders are facing many internal and external pressures; with the digital era starting to have a real impact on the industry and a shift from an "asset" to a "core business function" focus.
The IAM Exchange asked experts from over 14 industry sectors and 25+ job functions to provide insight from the IAM community. This report highlights the strategies that are becoming common-place and areas organisations may need to start to research for the future, shaping investment and propelling the industry forward.
The State of the Infrastructure Industry: 2012 - 2022 report covers a 10 year span of the market - From what the experts were saying in 2012, top investment priorities for the immediate future in 2017, right through to predictions for 2022.
- 2012: What was the industry saying? - What did the IAM market look like?
- 2017: Where are we now? - How has the market changed in the last 5 years? What are the biggest opportunities for growth? Top investment priorities?
- 2022: Moving forward - What are the biggest challenges? What impact will Brexit have on the industry? What new technologies are going to be introduced, and what are their predicted results?
To get more information on the topics listed above, get a copy of the report here >> http://bit.ly/2jrvIaD << to get insight from industry experts from leading; Water, Utilities, Electricity, Oil and Gas, Transport, and Energy enterprises.
The themes of this report will be explored in greater depth with 90 Directors of Asset Management from leading enterprises from Europe, as well as innovative solution providers at the IAM Exchange (7th-9th March, Hilton Syon Park London). To request an invitation visit >> http://bit.ly/2iDRo2R <<, call +44(0)207-368-9484 or email email@example.com.
SOURCE IQPC Exchange - Infrastructure Asset Management Exchange