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Victor Borges

Victor Borges

There are two valuable reasons to become a Product Manager: People and Products. There is nothing more exciting in the world then engaging in a productive (sometimes with a little bit of constructive-tension) discussion with colleagues in the industry to learn, share and teach. Over the past 5 years I have visited around 30 countries, met people from all different cultures and learned a lot from their experiences. This journey has been extremely inspiring and definitely shaped my professional career. I am also passionate about my products and I believe they can change the way companies are engaging in their journey to excellence. This can only be done by implement an Asset Performance Management. Our Performance Forecasting (RAM analysis) products – Maros, Taro and Sensitivity Manager – have been the market leader for the past 20 years. With more than 1300 projects delivered only by our colleagues in DNV GL Advisory, all over the world, I don't think there is a scenario that we haven’t seen and a problem that we have come across to support you. Our Asset Integrity Management System (AIMS) groups all the fundamental techniques to ensure that assets are running with the highest reliability, reducing unneeded operational expenditure and ensuring capital is invested in the right place. These two product lines offer a compelling Asset Performance Management which can support our clients’ decision-making process. This background developed over the years on Risk and Asset Management techniques gives me a strong foundation to technically support our clients.

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Powerful workflows – Integrating Insights

Powerful workflows – Integrating Insights

Increasing workflow efficiency is a key area of Asset Performance Management (APM). Poor information management is a hidden cost that can account for up to a fifth of operational budgets. New technology will enhance the existing workflows and create ...

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Qualitative VS Quantitative RBI: what are the benefits?

Qualitative VS Quantitative RBI: what are the benefits?

So, what’s the best approach Qualitative VS Quantitative RBI? DNV GL compared the implementation of qualitative and quantitative Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) on a specific project. When implementing RBI, engineers can typically choose to perform ...

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What did my Brompton teach me about condition-based maintenance?

What did my Brompton teach me about condition-based maintenance?

I’ve been riding my Brompton – one of those nice folding bikes – to work almost every day for the past 4 years. I love it; one of the best purchases I have ever made! Interestingly, it also taught me the importance of condition-based maintenanc ...

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