The LOGiT Approach


A lack of clarity and cohesion in Asset Management related business communication and operational procedures can result in spending wastage and potential uncertainty, leading to poor decisions, were a crisis was to occur. 

The ‘LOGiT Approach’ applies a fine tooth comb to identify and document each business process involved in delivering Asset Management as efficiently and cost effectively as possible. Critical stakeholders (and their roles) are identified and a chain of communication between the various business units is developed to eliminate duplication of effort and create a unified whole of business approach to Asset Management.

The aspirational recommendations of ISO 55001 will no longer seem far from reach as the LOGiT Approach sets out a clear roadmap, developed by one of our Certified Asset Management Auditor/Assessor team, combined with the unmatched planning capabilities of 4CAST as the source of truth for whole of business strategic input and development.


6 Reasons Why Our Customers Choose LOGiT:


Turn your Vision into Action

Our certified Asset Management auditors and assessors get you ISO 55000 compliant by joining the dots between organisational objectives and Asset Management outcomes.

Improved Financial Performance

Improving the return on investments and reducing costs can be achieved, while preserving asset value and without sacrificing the short or long-term realization of organisational objectives.

Managed Risk

Reducing financial losses, improving health and safety, good will and reputation, minimising environmental and social impact, can result in reduced liabilities such as insurance premiums, fines and penalties.

Maximise Data ROI

Data is critical to decision making but is costly to acquire and maintain. Our Data Management Strategy determines exactly what data is required, how often it needs to be collected to maintain data currency and why, where & how it will be used.

Informed asset investment decisions

Creating visibility across all key areas of business to improve its decision making and effectively balance costs, risks, opportunities and performance.

Improved efficiency and effectiveness

Improving processes, procedures and asset performance can improve efficiency and effectiveness, and the achievement of organisational objectives.