Managing Data as an Asset – Value and Benefits Series

Value and Benefits from Asset Management

An International Web Program Series of Asset Management Success Stories

AEST – Sydney time: Wednesday 8 February 8am – 9am AEST
EST – Washington, D.C. time: Tuesday 7 February 4pm – 5pm EST

Two presentations that focus on how strategic decisions about addressing data as an asset, enables the delivery of customer outcomes, through asset management.


Kimon Onuma is President of Onuma, Inc., a consultant to California Community Colleges and it’s Los Angeles Community College District.

The California Community Colleges has 112 campuses and more than 5,000 buildings and has been using APIs for Space Management, GIS, CMMS, BIM and visualizing its asset data through its FUSION data system for more than a decade.

The Los Angeles Community College District has 9 campuses, 742 buildings and leverages the FUSION platform to use the same asset data across multiple web applications.

An executive from LACCD has been invited to join the presentation.

John Hardwick, Executive Director for Asset Management at Transport, New South Wales, Australia.

John is responsible for leading and enabling transport service outcomes for customers and communities, through effective whole of life asset management. 

John was previously the Executive Director, Sydney Division for former Roads and Maritime Services where he led the division’s first Strategic Asset Management Plan. 

John has a background of over 30 years in asset management within the electricity and transport industries, is a passionate leader of organizational improvement in asset and operational risk management and has implemented world class asset management strategies and data driven systems to manage risk and provide value for customers and communities.

John is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and serves as a board member for numerous global and Australian asset management organizations.