The pace of digital transformation is leaving many organisations acutely underprepared to minimise risk and manage asset opportunities within their operations. For asset intensive organisations in the mining, utilities, public infrastructure and defence industries these issues are mission critical.

At COSOL, we’re experts at unlocking asset potential. Whether it be the opportunities in your existing asset management systems, your underutilised and undervalued data or the digital representation of your physical assets, we thrive on complex asset management challenges.

With our flexible approach, we support you with everything from an initial quality assessment working within your existing systems, to mapping your strategic business goals to a fully integrated digital roadmap.

Our ability to solve your asset and digital transformation challenges is achieved through the careful selection of your advisory partners and IT consultants. From our diverse global team of independent subject matter experts, we ensure the right people are on your project from start to finish.


The digital revolution is changing the way we think about mining just as the industrial revolution did

The industrial revolution drove fundamental change in the mining industry resulting in productivity improvements largely as a result of ‘bigger and better’ equipment. However, this productivity improvement plateaued over a decade ago. According to McKinnsey’s research, mining organisations are approximately 28 percent less productive (adjusted for declining ore grades and mine cost inflation).  Read more about how we help drive mining productivity by optimising asset performance or download our latest ‘Path to Productivity‘ eBook.

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Transitioning to a sustainable future

The utilities industry is facing unprecedented disruption as the world navigates its way to a sustainable future. Each sub-sector, be it water, electricity or gas is facing the trilemma of keeping services reliable and secure, keeping services affordable and reinventing traditional business models to cope with the emergence and take-up of sustainable alternatives.

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Public Infrastructure

Data-driven capital decision making

Unlike other heavy asset industries where productivity and operational efficiencies are the key drivers for the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) platforms, the public infrastructure sector requires a completely different asset management perspective.

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Accurate data, accurate decision making

The defence sector is known for its reliance on quality information to make time critical decisions. Precision of data is the key for defence organisations to be able to deploy capability anywhere effectively ensuring efficient operations.

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