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Jan 7, 2020

Mainstream 2020, Melbourne | August 10-11, 2020

We hope you’ll join us in Melbourne for the 25th anniversary of the Mainstream Conference.

From humble beginnings in 1996 as a gathering place for Maintenance Managers selecting their first CMMS, Mainstream has become a special, spirited and thriving community of Asset, Reliability and Maintenance people.

Brave and inspiring – and meticulously researched – Mainstream is not your average conference. Spotless say it’s “next level”, Queensland Sugar “inspiring and innovative”, and Qantas “energising and thought provoking”. Highly regarded global thought leader, Drew Troyer, calls it ‘the world’s best Asset Management conference”.

Join us for two amazing days of content, networking, knowledge-sharing and fun as we celebrate 25 years of people, technology and ideas transforming asset management.

Register now

Time & Location

August 10-11, 2020

Crown Promenade, Melbourne VIC

About The Event

The world has changed. Businesses are demanding. New leadership styles, new technologies and global standards are emerging. And the big Asset Management shift is on. Maintenance and Reliability have moved beyond their operational role and are fast transforming into a core, focused, and disciplined strategic business function. People, technology and new standards are the essential enablers of this transformation. Which is why this year’s Mainstream program has evolved and progressed to be a celebration of the leadership, technology, ideas and innovations that are literally transforming Asset Management in Australia and New Zealand.

 

Hot Topics

  • What the Maintenance Professional of the Future Looks Like
  • Building the Business Case for Digital
  • Selling Leadership on a Whole-of-Life Asset Management View
  • Instilling Asset Management as a Company-Wide Behaviour
  • Turning Your Data into Action
  • Emergence of Digital Twins, BIM, AI, Data Lakes and Analytics.
  • OEM’s Role in Predictive Health

Agenda

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