Alan Kiraly

Alan Kiraly

Senior Vice President of Asset Performance, Bentley Systems


TOPIC: GOING DIGITAL? NOT WITHOUT CM! 

Digital: the evolving state that we are all trying to achieve. But every technology advancement pushes the goal line further away, so “going digital” seems to be a perpetual challenge. Across the lifecycle, from BIM to IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things), advancing information management methods and technologies become more than new acronyms to learn, but new opportunities to add value to information. Great expectations come with these advancements – the promise of improved cost control, operational insights and optimized asset performance. Concerns as well – does digitization pose cyber security risks? Privacy or liability risks? So how do you actually leverage these advancements to support your business goals while mitigating risk? With CM best practices, of course! Learn how CM principles give you the tools to extend the life and value of your assets across the lifecycle and realize the potential of advancements like BIM and IIoT.

BIO:

Alan holds a CM2-A certification and joined Bentley in 2010 following Bentley’s acquisition of Enterprise Informatics, where he served as CEO. Alan was named senior vice president, asset performance in 2016. He leads Bentley’s Asset Performance Advancement Team, which is responsible for the development, marketing, service, support, and business development of offerings for improving asset performance. His prior roles with Bentley include senior vice president of server products, asset performance and vice president of operations, product management. Alan holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Dayton.

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