Operational excellence is the pursuit of excellence by optimising operational costs and execution time, increasing revenue and business performance and at the same time take into account frame conditions governing the operation.
Operational excellence is consistently doing the right thing
Business and asset managers constantly look for opportunities to improve operational results and control the risks associated with their operation. Further, security of supply is of increasing concern, forcing companies and governments worldwide to redefine the management of critical infrastructure. Owners that succeed in making good capital investment decisions and operate their assets more safely, reliably and efficiently than their competitors will be successful in the long run.
DNV is in an unique position through collaboration with leading companies worldwide – in various industry segments – to identify and develop best practices for industries such as oil and gas, process, energy production and maritime industry. We work actively to find opportunities for improving performance, develop robust solutions and successful implementation.
We work closely with our clients to understand the unique characteristics of their operation to identify, develop and implement the best solutions for their assets. In this process we aim to address all areas of the operation, i.e. people, technology and organisation.
Examples of services and solutions that we can help our clients develop are:
Identification of an organisation's real potential
Maintenance and inspection management including: strategy and process development, maintenance and inspection optimisation and risk-based maintenance development
Failure and root-cause analysis operations, maintenance and inspection performance management
Today operational excellence is the number one concern for many executives in order to ensure long-term profitability and consistency. DNV’s solutions within this area have assisted our clients deliver world-class performance and improve bottom-line results.