October 30, 2019 – KENNESAW, GA
Cohesive Solutions, leading enterprise systems integrator of Enterprise Asset and Performance Management solutions, is excited to welcome their new Vice President of Performance Management Solutions, Matthew Midas, to the company. Midas will be working with Cohesive’s Propel Performance Management Solution team, enabling customers to make leaps in organizational performance by way of process improvement, measurement, and data governance.
Midas brings 34 years of asset management experience to the company, including 24 years with IBM Maximo specifically. His past includes both end user and integrator experience, allowing him to guide customers through their reliability journey and enabling them to operate in a culture of operational excellence.
“I am excited to be able to use my experiences to help others visualize the possibilities for improvement within their organization and develop plans to act on them. With reliability and IoT initiatives, there are many impactful activities companies can take on when they have the right data, processes and a method to track performance,” says Midas.
Cohesive’s Propel Performance Management Solution bridges the gap between strategy and execution by aligning people and processes with business objectives. Cohesive enables organizations to optimize the reliability of their asset infrastructure through continuous improvement and operational excellence.
Cohesive Solutions, Inc., is a specialist in Enterprise Asset Management and Performance Management. As a certified IBM Maximo Business Partner, we provide systems integration and transformation services that enable organizations to achieve breakthrough results in their asset management programs. Cohesive also delivers a unique Enterprise Performance Management solution that unlocks an organization's hidden potential, so they can meet and sustain the long-term objectives that they seek in reliability, regulatory compliance, and organizational performance and profitability.
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