With business returning to normal in NZ after lockdown we are re-instigating our Regional User Group Meetings in the upcoming months.
These User Group meetings are smaller, personalised asset management events that target the day-to-day challenges our customers have in their roles.
We are very pleased to announce that Diego Abrianos has joined the SPM Asset team as Chief Technology Officer.
Federal and state investment in all kinds of infrastructure projects has been one response to the Covid-19 crisis. Advocates are hoping that community housing is one area that will be included in this recovery investment – which focuses attention on how to manage this investment and the assets involved.
Every organisation, no matter what size, needs to keep track of its assets. They play a significant role in the operation of any organisation, so having accurate data to indicate what assets are available is essential. Without it, a company's ability to maximise asset use and reduce waste is limited.
It’s great to see David’s (CEO IPWEA) message here – as a leading figure in the industry. David highlights the value of first knowing your assets at the right level of detail and where appropriate, tracking them as part of a digital transformation process.
Did you know that your feedback directly influences our Product Development Program, as well as our services? We take your comments seriously, and ask that customers look out for the AskNicely email that will be arriving in your Inbox in the coming months.
All of the SPM Assets teams in Australia and New Zealand worked through the lockdown, and now the Inspection teams are back at work too. During the lockdown we ran a series of 10 webinars which you may find useful to your asset management.
Graham Hill considers how social housing providers can position themselves to attract investment in existing and new developments, and looks at the challenges they face.
This introductory guide to property lifecycle asset management outlines key principles and considerations in the planning process that are buried in the IPWEA guidelines – making it easier to make asset management work.