Key features & benefits
- Manage operational activities such as work orders, maintenance schedules and utilisation
- Maintain specific attributes and business rules for asset classes
- Define asset relationships hierarchically or as networks
- Have visibility across asset operational information and integration with financial assets
One source of truth for your physical assets
Asset classesAsset registers can be defined for one or more asset classes to ensure specific attributes and business rules can be maintained. Asset attribute structures allow for multiple categorisations and extensive user-defined fields to suit your organisation’s reporting needs.
Define asset relationshipsEasily visualise component structures by defining assets in hierarchical relationships. Simply track the history of asset movements within these structures and report on them over the asset lifecycle.
Record asset documentationAsset-related documents such as manuals, drawings, images and CCTV footage may be recorded within the asset record itself or integrated with dedicated electronic documentation management systems.
Operational integrationManage and control assets over the complete lifecycle with visibility of all operational information readily available across work orders, maintenance schedules and utilisation details.
Spatial representation with GIS capabilitiesGeographically dispersed assets can be displayed spatially via embedded map views or integrated to your standard GIS vendor products to provide two-way integration.
Financial integrationAssets can be defined as either Physical Assets, Financial Assets or a combination. Financial summaries are available for visibility of operating costs and recoveries, with the ability to drill down to associated financial transactions.
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