• Salt River Project moves toward no unplanned downtime

Using GE software, Salt River Project, one of Arizona's largest power and water utilities is getting to “No Unplanned Downtime” by integrating its data with work operations to improve visibility, gathering insights to proactively operate and optimize asset utilization across their enterprise. See how they shift from reactionary outages to planned outages. Watch the video.

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