According to the ARC Advisory Group, the leading technology research and advisory firm for industry and infrastructure, more than $65 billion of automation products in operation today are reaching the end of their useful life. The same study also found that 58 percent of users acknowledge having no formal plan for managing the lifecycle of their equipment. As technology continues to advance, the supply of older product is reduced. Replacing obsolete parts with like product, assuming it is still produced, often results in long lead times, higher costs, and declining service and support levels. CBT and Rockwell Automation are ready to help you identify and reduce your automation obsolescence risks with LifeCycle Services. Download this free whitepaper to learn more about the three-step process to minimize your risks.