Vice President, Enterprise Asset Management Practice
Mr. Mike Jordan is the vice president of the enterprise asset management practice at Utopia. In his role, he is responsible for guiding the strategy and direction of Utopia’s Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) practice. Mr. Jordan works with you and partners to understand your asset-related business needs and define software and service solutions that complement those capabilities currently available from SAP®.
Mr. Jordan is a professional engineer with more than 30 years of experience in systems engineering and program management associated with automation systems in asset-intensive industries. Throughout his extensive engagements with industry-leading engineering, procurement, and construction companies and plant owners/operators, Mr. Jordan has developed an interesting perspective on the challenges faced in asset lifecycle information management.
During his tenure at Utopia, Mr. Jordan championed the development of Utopia’s Master Data Governance for EAM (MDG for EAM™), also known as SAP Master Data Governance, Enterprise Asset Management Extension by Utopia. After the solution extension was established, he worked closely with the SAP oil and gas industry business unit, which led to allying with OpenText® and the birth of the initial SAP Master Data Governance (MDG) – OpenText integration. This solution enables you to integrate governance of structured and unstructured asset data. Most recently Mr. Jordan has initiated customer engagements which are developing new capabilities for synchronization of Geospatial Information System (GIS) and engineering design master data with SAP Plant Maintenance.
Mr. Jordan can be found presenting at various events around the world from talk tracks to workshops educating asset-intensive organizations on the business drivers of asset data management, solutions, and the benefits reaped from clean and properly managed data.
Mr. Jordan has always been fascinated by flying. In his earlier years, he was an avid skydiver. In more recent years, though, he has chosen to fly the plane rather than jump out it. As an instrument-rated private pilot, his favorite holiday is taking friends and family on flying tours of the Bahama out islands.