Making reliability a reality
In the early 1990s, many companies around the world started to question the traditional model of asset management. These companies were spending a lot of money on things like condition monitoring and lubrication, and they were reacting to problems rather than taking a proactive approach to correct the problems.
ARMS Reliability was founded in August 1995 to address this issue. From the outset, we have helped companies shift from a reactive to a proactive mode of asset management.
In 2014, in response to a growing customer need and built on a foundation of decades of reliability expertise, knowledge and equipment data, ARMS Reliability pioneered best practice approach – Asset Strategy Management. Since those early days, ARMS Reliability has gained an international reputation for reliability engineering solutions that deliver positive outcomes. We work with some of the largest asset-intensive companies from a variety of industries - global enterprises that trust us to deliver proven results.
Today, in the endeavour to strengthen our commitment to helping our customers be safe and successful by making reliability a reality, we are now a part of Baker Hughes, a global energy technology company, within the Bently Nevada portfolio.
The acquisition and combined offering of ARMS Reliability and Bently Nevada brings a unique and unparalleled asset performance management (APM) solution to market, providing deep APM capability and substantial coverage to a broad range of industrial sectors worldwide.
ARMS Reliability’s asset strategy management, asset reliability services, and consultancy experience, along with its OnePM® enterprise ASM software offering, will integrate with Bently Nevada’s System 1 software platform from Baker Hughes, which provides critical plant-wide health monitoring and asset protection across multiple industrial sectors. This integrated offering will provide ARMS Reliability’s customers with access to a full spectrum of APM services to enhance their operational efficiency, extend asset lifecycle, reduce downtime, and provide a comprehensive view of assets to streamline operations.
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