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Pragma engineers add sought-after cetificates to their list of credentials

[Johannesburg, 2 October 2014] - Pragma now has 23 certified asset management practitioners, which represents one of the highest levels of certification for Asset Management service providers globally. This year, 11 engineers obtained the prestigious Institute for Asset Management (IAM) Certificate and 12 engineers obtained the Southern African Asset Management Association's (SAAMA) SAAMA Certified Physical Asset Management Practitioners SCPP Certificate. Both certificates recognise very high and in-depth experience, knowledge and understanding in physical asset management.

Pragma's CEO, Adriaan Scheeres, expressed his satisfaction with these favourable results, praising his team for their success. "Demonstrated credentials are very important, and as a service provider you need to work even harder at ensuring that your clients have access to the best possible advisors to plan and implement world class asset management solutions for them. With such a smart team, I am confident that this can be true for every Pragma client."

According to the IAM, their certificate is directly linked to the IAM Competencies Framework and is also mapped to the specifications of PAS 55 2008 and ISO 55000, "The Asset Management – An Anatomy" and the GFMAM Asset Management Landscape. The content of the SCPP Certificate is directly linked to PAS 55 and recognises engineers who display a very high scope and depth of knowledge and understanding in the physical asset management field.
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Pragma engineers add sought-after cetificates to their list of credentials

Last updated: 2 October 2014