Assets are expensive to acquire, create operate, protect and maintain. Assets are at the heart of the success of asset intensive organisations. Asset management practices which respond quickly to volatile markets, increasingly scarce resources and technological change will deliver success and ensure survival. Increased uptime, output and asset reliability are non-negotiables today. This means effective asset planning, scheduling, maintenance, operation, performance monitoring, acquisition & disposal, funding of assets and accounting for and disclosing of assets.
Our enterprise asset management specialists advise on, and work with you to develop and implement an integrated asset management strategy - optimising assets throughout the entire asset life-cycle, from procurement to verification, valuation, maintenance, decommissioning or replacement.
|PwC 2013 State of the Internal Audit Profession Study||Medical schemes survey: A fine balance||Tax Law Review||African Financial Services Journal|
|Tuesday, May 21, 2013 - With the risk landscape drastically expanded, are you getting the value you need from internal audit? Read PwC’s eye-opening 2013 survey of the profession to learn more. Read more.||Sunday, May 19, 2013 - PwC’s inaugural survey on Strategic and Emerging Issues in the Southern African Medical Scheme Industry provide a comprehensive overview of the issues and challenges facing the industry today. Read more.||Thursday, April 25, 2013 - Briefing on the Taxation Laws Amendment Act (No. 22-2012) and the Tax Administration Laws Amendment Act (No. 21-2012) Read more.||Tuesday, April 23, 2013 - We are pleased to release the annual edition of the PwC Southern African Financial Services Journal – dedicated to addressing strategic, operational and technical issues and their impact on the financial services sector. Read more.|