Levels of Service are a fundamental building block of asset management planning. Here’s how to get started with them.
You spoke; we listened. Stories is a collaboration space where you can share your asset management related information, such as plans, scenarios, policies, and reports. It’s pre-populated with everything you need to get started quickly.
At SPM Assets we’re all about making asset management work better for you, and the TEFMA reporting configuration is an example of how we’ve achieved that for the tertiary education sector.
How can we get the most out of asset management, so that it provides the most value to an organisation? The 80/80/20 approach to asset management balances an organisation’s budget and resources to meet short-term and long-term needs.
Managing vast amounts of data, and using it at operational, tactical and strategic levels, is a challenge for all organisations. We attended the recent TEFMA Smarter Data Workshop, and bring you pointers on how to cut through data overload.
Do you work in tertiary education facilities management? If so, be sure to register for our webinar. The topic will be 'Implementing a Strategic Approach to Asset Management at ACU'.
An SPM Assets customer is utilising our Work Order (WO) function to efficiently capture building defects simply by editing the user-defined fields. Should you be using Work Orders in this way to save time?
Articulating a persuasive story is the most powerful way to communicate your ideas. We know the power of a strong Asset Management Plan and combing this with a great story will give your stakeholders the confidence that you have it under control.
Broadspectrum operates across Australia and New Zealand, and Maurice King recently spoke about his experience of working with SPM Assets and our innovative solutions to managing assets, particularly in remote and unusual locations.
Already a customer of SPM Assets, UNSW joined the Programs focus group looking for a solution to a major pain point; having access to the right project information across all departments is near to impossible. Enter Programs...
After months of planning, we were delighted at the success of our two Annual Conferences held in Auckland and Sydney this month. We would like to thank everyone who attended, especially those that presented.
Julia Checchia, PMI Sydney Chapter President, spoke about Agility and Asset Management Planning at our Annual Conference in Sydney last week. Read more for an overview of the principles of Agile, and how it can be applied to asset management.
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