Water/ Waste Water
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Utility companies are required to maintain their assets on a regularly scheduled basis. These maintenance activities are tracked in one or more record management systems (RMS). Consolidated access to the RMS to determine which assets need maintenance next becomes essential to reaching to their business goals.
Utilities companies often don’t have a complete picture of asset conditions as they exist in the field. This information is collected by field crews and written back to one or more databases or RMS systems. Consolidating field information with RMS provides an improved understanding of the true condition of assets in the field.
Planning and Public facing
Service expansions or existing asset repair often causes disruption in service and inconvenience to public. The current and historic condition of assets are maintained in one or more RMS systems. Identifying assets that need immediate repair or have historically been repaired allows utility companies to plan expansion and repairs in an efficient manner.
Enhance O&M, Planning, and Engineering
Significant reduction in the use of resources
Reduced costs using efficient O&M with optimization of fleet, operations, and maintenance processes
Systematic and consistent compliance with safety, availability, performance, and environmental requirements
Improved accountability, service management, risk management, and financial efficiency
Data Collection and Notifications
Enable reliable collection of intelligent data through the GIS interface
Eliminate human error through smart domain pick lists
Improve response time for planned maintenance
Configurable to any field collection workflow
Faster way to map as-built assets