Emily's Asset Adventures

Midnight Acquisition Kills Speed & Utilization …

End this costly behavior! Reform the Bandit Now!

While everyone may be well intended…

…their individual interpretations and actions are what propel the bandit into his "life of crime" hoarding equipment. Technical personnel, program management, and finance are all motivated by their commitments to schedule milestones, budgets, and financial returns.  These all seem good, right? ...

...Good intentions aren't enough!

The way the team works together has to change.  They have to understand each other's challenges and motivations so they can coordinate in a way that fulfills all of their intentions.  In fact, they will learn they can vault past what they all previously thought possible. Our Scireo solutions help your teams Work Together, Better, to make dramatic improvements to equipment utilization and speed.

See how Sente helps...

Emily Learns About Hoarding!

In our first episode, Emily can't find the equipment she needs when she needs it.  Click below to visit Emily's hoarding page.

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Emily Meets the Bandit!

In our second episode, Emily discovers midnight acquisition and learns it unwittingly increases costs and delays.

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Take Care of Your Engineers!

When engineers get the equipment they need, when they need it, their productivity soars. Our CEO discusses our capabilities.

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Trap Blog
Good Intentions Without Capability is a Costly Trap!

Learn how one missed commitment can cascade into millions of dollars in costs across multiple programs.

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Asset Management Teamwork - Blog
Is Your Team Focused on Winning?

How teams are constituted, including team and individual intentions being in harmony, brings focus on winning.

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Case-Study-Fallback
Fortune 50: Leading Defense Manufacturer

See how Sente helped this company cut asset inventory by 35% as their business grew 10%.

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Someone will follow up within 24 hours to schedule a meeting. If you are in a rush, you can contact our CEO Paul McNamara directly.