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Asset Performance Management

Optimizing the performance of assets to increase reliability and availability, minimize costs, and reduce operational risks.

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What is Asset Performance Management?

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Asset Performance Management (APM) is a suite of software and service solutions designed to help optimize the performance of your assets. APM connects disparate data sources and uses advanced analytics to turn data into actionable insights while fostering collaboration and knowledge-management across an organization.


APM’s rich functional pillars for Health, Reliability, Integrity and Strategy are available both as a cloud-based service on the Predix Platform as well as on-premises software. 


The solution works across all equipment, all OEMs, and all industries, across the plant, and across the fleet, giving organizations the flexibility to develop new analytics and applications, making it versatile to meet changing needs.

Rapidly reduce cost and risk from industrial reliability and maintenance work processes

IDC MarketScape Names GE Digital a Leader in Four Worldwide Asset Performance Management Vendor Assessments
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GE Digital Recognized as a leader in Green Quadrant Asset Performance Management Solutions 2020 Report
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The path to operational excellence begins with APM.
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Analyst Research

When it comes to APM technology, several vendors offer functionality across multiple usage scenarios, but the reality is that more doesn’t always mean better. In fact, only two such scenarios are essential to APM: asset health monitoring and asset failure prediction. It’s here that GE Digital really rises above the rest, based on our detailed benchmark analysis they were the only APM vendor to receive a perfect score in both areas. But these aren’t the only areas in which GE Digital sets the bar high. They also received market-leading scores for integration with industrial systems, inspection planning and solution architecture (assessed in terms of the range of deployment options, the consistency of the code base and the quality of integrated workflow).

Many vendors claim they have APM but actually have only asset analytics with no direct diagnostics capabilities. Integration with critical plant management solutions, like EAM, enables true APM companies to bring together data from all equipment and OEMs across the plant and the fleet to eliminate data silos and facilitate reliability improvements, optimize O&M spend and quantify risk reduction.

[GE Digital also] made significant improvements to its Asset Performance Management platform (including cloud-enabled Predix APM and the on-premise version, APM Classic). LNS has long considered GE Digital the granddaddy of APM, well-aligned with our definition of APM 4.0 and vision for what we call ‘closing the reliability loop,’ whereby one moves from prescriptive to prognostic capabilities, and eventually to a learning asset management system. GE Digital is not sitting on its laurels and we would encourage existing and potential users to get an update on these developments.

Enable continuous improvement


Reduce unplanned downtime and increase availability and reliability by helping to ensure critical assets and systems are monitored and protected from emerging threats.

Optimize productivity

Improve workforce productivity by prioritizing maintenance based on criticality and cost (condition-based), rather than schedule-based maintenance practices.

Manage risk

Protect the health and safety of employees, the environment, and business objectives, by reducing asset-related incidents and unplanned downtime.

Predictive maintenance

Reduce costly emergency repairs by detecting problems early, turning unplanned downtime into planned/scheduled downtime.

Lower total cost of ownership (TCO)

Reduce TCO delivered via a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, providing flexibility and access to business insights where it matters—with edge, cloud, and hybrid configurations.

Faster time-to-value

A standardized way to connect machines, data, and people with a consistent interface for superior user experience, dynamic scalability, and extendibility to grow functionality as business needs evolve.

Path to reliable operations in a volatile market: Finding hidden value in your production asset data

GE Digital provides software for equipment reliability for the Oil & Gas Market

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With the COVID-19 crisis and incredible drop in oil prices, many capital projects are on hold. Reducing operating expenses is now the top priority for many industrial organizations, while juggling the new restrictions of a remote workforce. The challenge is finding opportunities to reduce non-essential costs without introducing risks to the business that could lead to long term lost revenue and process safety incidents. 


GE Digital’s asset reliability experts share tips, case studies and analytics to help you reduce unnecessary costs and focus resources on critical assets. Our data science team can also help find these hidden opportunities within EAM or CMMS data you’re already collecting.


“GE Digital’s APM solution was the first, and best tool, we could find that had a policy builder which let us use logic and algorithms to leverage shop expertise and generate specific actions from our data.”

"In support of our overall company goals to significantly improve safety of employees, preserve the environment, and take the lead in implementing the best available technology and systems to achieve maximum cost effectiveness, we chose the reliability centered maintenance capability to best meet our current and future needs.”

"As a result of implementing the APM solution, we're expecting qualitative improvements in the following aspects of asset management: enhancing equipment reliability by means of constantly improving strategies of maintenance, reducing the costs of repair and maintenance scheduling, effectively reallocating resources, and hence decreasing production risks."

Drive results with Asset Performance Management

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APM Health

Standardize the collection, integration, modeling, and analysis of disparate data to a single, unified view. This APM solution accelerates time-to-value, leverages machine intelligence, and enables analytics that can detect and diagnose asset performance issues.

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APM Reliability

Leverage advanced predictive diagnostics to analyze data, and detect and diagnose asset issues before they occur.

GE Digital's industrial APM strategy software on a mobile device

APM Strategy

Provides a common methodology to develop and manage asset strategies by using a risk-based approach to conduct analysis of individual assets, a group of assets, or an asset system.

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APM Integrity

Equips organizations with a closed-loop mechanical integrity program and helps operators to reduce risk, lower inspection costs, and ensure regulatory compliance relative to their fixed assets.

Built on the Predix Platform

Predix Essentials is the foundation of the cloud-based version of APM, packaging core features of the Predix Platform for the APM customer. Beyond secure data connectivity, processing and storage, Predix Essentials provides rich user features such as dashboarding, analysis, alerts, cases and policies that are seamlessly integrated into the APM user experience.

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