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Helping organizations build better risk-based asset management programs.

Uberlytics Services & Solutions

Uberlytics helps asset intensive organizations connect their asset management aims to reliability and maintenance execution priorities through asset management coaching supported by our best-in-class criticality analysis software and facilitation. We are experts and innovators in risk and criticality analysis for complex facilities and systems.

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Asset Management Foundations™

Launch or reboot your asset management program knowing that you are building it on a solid foundation for success with a framework and roadmap for risk-based decision making. line wrap line wrap line wrap line wrap line wrap line wrap

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The Criticality Analyzer™ linewrap

An innovative and sophisticated priority ranking software tool, designed specifically for maximizing decision support, guiding criticality assessment and analysis based on company values and priorities. line wrap line wrap line wrap

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What is a Criticality Analysis? linewrap

Criticality is a measure of the relative importance of a system or asset to the corporate mission, aim and values of an organization. A criticality analysis identifies your most critical systems so you can set priorities and make better risk-based decisions.

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Why Choose Uberlytics Criticality Analysis?

Our network system approach starts with the big picture and traces the critical network relationships to identify the most crucial component systems.  From there we can drill down efficiently to the asset level,  and deliver more meaningful results.
We include everything in a criticality analysis, from the smallest fan to berm heights to bulldozers. Inclusion of 100 percent of systems and assets ensures identification of previously unrecognized critical assets. You’ll be surprised by what we discover.
Our criticality analysis is driven by your most important factors, not an arbitrary one-size-fits-most-systems list. Your final analysis is truly reflective of your operational constraints, with real mitigation items for your organization.
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