Asset management, reporting and performance
Manage assets on site and floor plans, maps and/or photospheres to instantly show where your assets are located. Asset reports enable you to drill into more detail and provide asset information to others.
Use our Internet of Things (IoT) API to connect assets, sensors and monitors so that you receive real-time data directly into your asset management system. Trigger alerts, for example, when indoor air quality levels are breached.
Directly associate defects or maintenance issues and inspections against an asset to build up a picture of its performance over time. Begin to answer questions such as are less expensive assets costing more you to maintain over the asset’s life.
Having all the information for an asset in one place – its maintenance and inspection history and documents such as compliance certificates saves you time and costs. You’ll also be better placed for internal or external audits.
A single source of asset data is an invaluable resource.
Financial and depreciation reporting
You can use the asset database to provide key financial information if it’s not being provided in a financial system.
Report on key financial data such as estimated and actual job costs. Optionally produce depreciation reports which can be run monthly and annually to support operational reporting needs.