With plans underway by the U.S. military and international forces to wind down major security operations in Afghanistan, the challenge of bringing back equipment and supplies has been described as no less than a “mammoth” task. This involves a massive amount of equipment that not only must be shipped back, but in many cases refitted for continued military use. The task of refitting equipment is often referred to in the aerospace & defense (A&D) industry as equipment “reset” activity.
This white paper looks at the:
- increased role of defense manufacturers in asset reset programs
- impact on Performance Based Logistics contracts
- requirements on enterprise resource planning (ERP) and enterprise asset management (EAM) software
Defense companies involved in reset need underlying management control capabilities to execute asset reset programs in a profitable way. This white paper looks into the details of what's involved in reset programs to better understand the requirements of enterprise visibility and management control