Getting aligned to ISO 55000 is proven to create value. A gap analysis is your first step to realizing it. An ISO 55000 Gap Analysis from SwainSmith will measure your asset management against ISO 55000, find opportunities for creating value, and give you a clear path to improvement.
What is an ISO 55000 Gap Analysis?
ISO 55000 is the international standard for good practice in asset management. It describes how an organization can build an effective “management system” to care for its physical assets. (For a deeper look at what ISO 55000 is and requires, check out our ISO 55000: Basics and Benefits webinar.)
An ISO 55000 Gap Analysis identifies gaps between what your asset management looks like now and what ISO 55000 requires. It tells you what areas need to be addressed in order to achieve alignment. It also gives you a step-by-step plan for closing gaps, identifies the value that will be created, and establishes a timeline so you know when you can expect to realize that value.
Why do a gap analysis?
Aligning to ISO 55000 can help any organization, large or small, get more value from its physical assets. A gap analysis paves the way by showing where you are now versus where you want to be. It tells you what ISO 55000 alignment would mean for your organization in terms of both the work required to get there and the value it would create.
An ISO 55000 Gap Analysis:
- Provides a roadmap to better asset management.
- Helps you plan and prioritize your improvement efforts.
- Estimates the scope of the work required.
- Identifies the potential return on investment.
- Establishes a benchmark for measuring progress.
With our ISO 55000 Gap Analysis, you will get:
Four reasons to choose a SwainSmith gap analysis:
The ISO 55000 approach is creating big value for our clients.