Decisiv announces new Data Services business

Decisiv announces new Data Services business


Decisiv Inc. announced a new Data Services business. According to Decisiv, the new business will be focused on leveraging the capability of the Decisiv platform to bring together data from all aspects of a commercial asset throughout its lifecycle.

Commercial assets and service supply ecosystems are undergoing enormous change, Dick Hyatt, president and chief executive officer of Decisiv, noted.

“Decisiv is launching a Data Services business to use its vast repository of commercial asset data and its platform’s proven communication and collaboration capabilities to enable real time visibility, tracking and reporting that leads to better, faster, smarter decisions throughout the service value chain,” he said. “Data produced at every step of the service supply chain by multiple parties needs to be analyzed and fed back into the system so service events are done in a smarter, faster, less expensive way.”

Joining Decisiv to lead its new Data Services business is Rob Bradenham. As vice president of data services, he will focus on the development of offerings that fully utilize the advanced closed loop and fully integrated data capabilities of the Decisiv SRM platform, the company said. Brandenham comes to Decisiv from Caterpillar, where he led efforts to help owners and operators increase the ROI in their assets by using data analytics and expert advisory services to make better maintenance and operations decisions and led the growth of the Engineering Software Reliability Group.

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