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April 8, 2020

How to ensure quality data drives your maintenance practices

Maintenance technologies that connect systems, data, and people are a must. But so are practices and solutions that produce trustworthy data and transform it into actionable information you can quickly visualize and use to make decisions to improve operations and extend asset life. In this webinar, Kevin Clark of Fluke Reliability and Matthew Midas of Cohesive Solutions discuss how their complementary solutions can help maximize data quality and confidence and bridge the gap between maintenance strategies and execution.

Kevin Clark, Vice President, Fluke Reliability

Kevin Clark, CMRP, is Vice President of Fluke Reliability. He has more than 25 years of experience in operations leadership focusing on engineering, asset management, IT, supply, manufacturing automation, and safety systems. A Fluke leader since 2016, he previously served as a Senior Practice Director for Perficient, as a Manufacturing Engineer at Caterpillar, and held positions at Johnson & Johnson, including Manufacturing Equipment Excellence (ME2) global leadership. Clark is a longstanding member of the Society of Maintenance & Reliability Professionals and has been a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional since 2004.

Matthew Midas, VP, Performance Management, Cohesive Solutions

Matthew Midas is Vice President of Performance Management at Cohesive Solutions, where he helps customers align people, processes, and data to corporate objectives. He has been a leader in the maintenance and reliability industry for more than 30 years. A graduate of the US Merchant Marine Academy, he has served aboard U.S. flag merchant vessels and was commissioned in the U.S. Navy serving aboard the USS Jesse L Brown, FF1089. He has held several positions at the Charleston Naval Shipyard, at PSDI/MRO Software, at Genesis Solutions, and at Solufy/Prometheus, where he was Director of Sales for Maximo solutions.

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Original session held on April 8, 2020