WithersRavenel’s Eddie Staley talks about technology and asset management
The increasing role of technology in managing infrastructure assets will be the topic of an upcoming webinar from the American Public Works Association (APWA).
Infusing Technology into Asset Management will be presented January 26 as part of APWA’s Click, Listen & Learn (CLL) webinar program. Sponsored by the APWA’s Education division, the monthly CLL webinars invite subject matter experts to share their knowledge with attendees. The presentation will be led by L. Eddie Staley, PLS, GISP, and Chief Client Experience and Innovation Officer (CXIO) for WithersRavenel.
Eddie is responsible for the Client Experience Program at WithersRavenel, ensuring all delivery teams meet or exceeds clients’ expectations. In addition, Eddie is the executive sponsor of WithersRavenel Innovation Services, which includes our Funding and Asset Management practice area. His decades of service in the local government sector have prepared him for the unique and broad challenges local governments face in maintaining levels of service of public utilities and facilities.
Joining Eddie for the webinar will be Ed Singer, PE, MIAM, of Woolpert, another veteran and expert in the growing field of asset management.
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