This partnership will be offering the reliability, maintenance and asset management market a global solution to a growing challenge across all industries, recruiting and retaining talent. By the year 2025, there will be over 2.5 million open technical and engineering positions in the manufacturing space in the U.S. alone due to unavailable talent.                                                                         


Houston, TX — I-care Reliability Inc., a leading provider of maintenance, reliability and asset management solutions and products, announced that they will be starting a partnership with ®, the global leader in competency development for asset management, digitalization and reliability based in Ft Myers, Florida. This partnership is focused to support reliability leaders and maintenance professionals with today’s relevant skills crisis. This program is called, “Recruit and Retain.”

“As our company continues to focus on delivering high-value asset performance and reliability offerings to our clients, we found it imperative to our business to find a solution to address today’s challenges in securing needed talent,” said Benjamin Detober, President and CEO of I-care Reliability. “Creating this service with one of the world’s most well-respected firms ( in the reliability industry, is not only going to bring value to our clients, we believe it is also going to transform how our clients approach the importance of training and retaining their new hires”, said Detober.

I-care Reliability will be using a global approach to helping organizations understand their current hiring needs, and then manage screening, assessing, and recruiting the needed talent. The firm has offices around the world, with recruiting centers in Europe and the United States.

“I-care has a great reputation in the industry, not only for its service excellence, but also their innovation. We are very excited about supporting this crucial service by offering our accredited certification offerings, the Certified Maintenance Leader® (CRL), and the Certified Maintenance Manager™ programs with all I-care hires. We have competency development frameworks that focus on holistic approaches to reliability, asset management and digitalization, and this deliverable is the people piece of this framework,” said Terrence O’Hanlon, Founder and CEO of has a proven and widely used roadmap driven towards enhanced reliability practices. The Uptime ® Elements — A Reliability Framework and Asset Management System™ is the visual framework of the full body of knowledge utilized by leading organizations across all industries.’s mission is to discover and deliver effective approaches to making asset managers, reliability leaders and maintenance professionals safe, sustainable and successful.

For more information, contact Joel Crawford of I-care Reliability Inc:


About I-care Reliability Inc.

I-care Reliability offers a comprehensive full suite of reliability solutions across the globe. I-care strives to deliver the highest value towards increasing productivity and efficiency through integrating in world-class cutting edge Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) tools and products, condition monitoring services, reliability engineering consulting offerings, and staffing and recruiting support. I-care Reliability ensures the results needed toward all asset management efforts through a focus around an organization’s people, processes and technologies.

About Mission: To discover and deliver effective approaches to making asset managers, reliability leaders and maintenance professionals safe, sustainable and successful. Vision: To be the first resource one thinks of when one thinks of reliability and asset performance. Values: Integrity, authenticity, being at cause (responsibility), taking a stand for reliability, and working for an aim that is bigger than one’s self.

How this is achieved: Create a vibrant network of publications, events and a community of practice based on the Uptime Elements – A Reliability Framework for Asset Performance.®, Uptime®, Certified Reliability Leader®, Certified Maintenance Manager and Reliability Framework and Asset Management System are trademarks or registered trademarks of Reliabilityweb, Inc. in the U.S.A. and several other countries.

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