'Both SAMI and Mainstream came into existence in 1996, so being a Foundation Partner sponsor has symbolic resonance for us,' SAMI CEO S. Bradley Peterson said.
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) June 09, 2014
SAMI, the Farmington, Conn.-based company that for 20 years has helped businesses achieve and sustain high levels of performance, will share some of its most breakthrough research and significant achievements with more than 60 major corporations and organizations at the exclusive Mainstream conference.
The conference, being held June 16-19 in Austin, Tex., brings together hundreds of senior financial, operational and engineering leaders from across North America to share information and knowledge on asset management, continuous improvement, and process reliability—all of which SAMI specializes and excels. SAMI is an acronym for Strategic Asset Management, Inc.
“Both SAMI and Mainstream came into existence in 1996, so being a Foundation Partner sponsor has symbolic resonance for us,” SAMI CEO S. Bradley Peterson said. “But beyond that, our involvement with Mainstream is as close to a synergistic fit as you can get.”
Peterson will make a presentation at Mainstream on equipment effectiveness and its impact on the corporate balance sheet in conjunction with DeLyle Bloomquist, President of Global Chemicals Business at TATA Chemicals Limited
Mainstream is a “Who’s Who” of experts, advocates and practitioners in private and public business and industry. The 300-plus visitors to the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort will network with Peterson and other SAMI executives, most of whom came from industries ranging from equipment manufacturing and atomic energy to aerospace and healthcare. The breadth and depth of the experience of SAMI’s executives should benefit any Mainstream participant who interacts with them.
Based on years of research, application and assessment, SAMI developed what it has named The Performance Culture, a program that uses a specific process, models and tools to pinpoint issues impeding organizations’ growth, and then identify and implement sustainable functional and behavioral improvements.
For more information on The Performance Culture and SAMI’s success, contact Adam Artruc at 860.674.0439 or info(at)samicorp(dot)com.
SAMI helps national and international industrial organizations modify both functional processes and workforce behaviors to achieve sustainable performance improvements. SAMI’s top-level consultants offer client firms unique approaches that transform organizations so that they can reach and maintain new levels of success. The company is headquartered in the United States in Farmington, Conn., and has offices in Europe, South America, India, Australia and the Middle East. For more information, please visit http://www.samicorp.com.