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Asset Management

Our information management systems (IMS) have been used by many clients for managing all kinds of assets and the varied information to describe them and their uses/workflows. Examples include:

  • Vehicles and equipment (at the River Murray Works Program)
  • Vehicle servicing records (for asset maintenance)
  • Operational checklists (for OHS and compliance)
  • Work/usage logs (for recording who, what, where, when and duration)
  • Scientific equipment (at the UWA Centre for Rock Art Research + Management)
  • Assets register (for maintaining inventory)
  • Loans/returns (for tracking usage and availability)
  • Residential buildings and outstations (at Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation)
  • Maintenance schedules (for assigning work to ranger teams)
  • Work logs (for recording history of who, what, where and when)
Key features:

These different clients, asset types and workflows all benefit from tightly linked data sets that can be analysed and used effectively. This data feeds into reports and notifications about:

  • Vehicles and equipment that is due for servicing
  • Buildings with outstanding work
  • Summaries of equipment usage
  • Historical records of assets used at different places (or by different people)
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