A community built on collaboration
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Exchange best practice information with asset investment planning professionals from around the globe and discover new ways to maximize your investment in C55™.
The Copperleaf™ Community is a network of C55 clients, partners and team members who come together to share best practices on using decision analytics to enhance organizational performance. Provide input on the future roadmap of C55 and share ideas about how to leverage C55 to make better value-based, risk-informed investment decisions in your organization.
The AIPM Summit is an annual event that includes educational sessions, roundtable discussions, and peer-to-peer sessions on a variety of topics, including trends and opportunities in Asset Investment Planning and Management (AIPM), the ISO 55000 asset management standard, and more. Experience our client-focused culture and help shape our product roadmaps into the future.
Our experience with Copperleaf has been that they are very open and receptive to listening to new ideas. And we see value in the form of collaboration and teamwork. Being at the Summit allows us to understand how C55 is being used across North America and other continents, so it has been very helpful for us. From a networking standpoint, we have been able to develop some business relationships that we probably would not have been able to do so easily.
I think through this conference, speaking to product developers, speaking to other users, is really helpful in shaping what I need to do and the next steps going forward. Being exposed to innovative ideas that are going to make a significant change to the way your business is going to make decisions around investing is what it’s all about.
The AIPM Summit is integral to enhancing our business practices surrounding the tool used for managing our capital assets. Learning about how others are using the C55 platform, and being able to discuss specific details with individuals working through similar issues, provides us with a unique opportunity to collaborate, refine our processes, and develop more efficiencies surrounding the capital budget.
The goal of the Copperleaf Community Advisory Board is to facilitate collaboration with our peers, not just in our own industry, but across all industries utilizing Copperleaf C55. We all have common challenges when it comes to capital planning and asset management, and we can all benefit by sharing knowledge and working together on an ongoing basis.
Some of the most valuable time I spend away from the office each year is in the discussions that occur at the Copperleaf AIPM Summit with C55 users and members of the Copperleaf team. Whether it is sharing best practices, brainstorming new ways to use the tools available in C55 or discussing future functionality, the conference is a great opportunity for new users and veterans alike. The ability for users to get a sneak peek at future releases and provide input is highly valuable and ensures C55 continues to adapt to our needs. Finally, it can be both reassuring and thought-provoking to discuss the challenges of implementing an asset management program with other companies that have faced similar challenges or are just embarking on their Asset Management journey.
We attend the AIPM Summit to collaborate with other organizations and industries to understand how they use Copperleaf C55. It helps us better leverage this powerful tool and implement best practices, giving us the opportunity to lead the industry we’re in.
I’ve been coming to the Copperleaf AIPM Summit since the very beginning. Our goal is to find opportunities to collaborate—not just with Copperleaf, but with all of the other utilities that use C55 as well. We find the topics very relevant to how we use Copperleaf every day. It’s not just technical presentations but it’s about how we apply the tool in real life.
I’m always excited to attend events where people are talking about, and actively debating, what value means for them, and discussing the rules and criteria they use to make decisions. What I’ve seen at the Copperleaf AIPM Summit is a lot of debate about value, criteria for making decisions (beyond just technical and safety criteria), risk, and a long-term view. And for me, that’s what asset management is all about.