Calculating the return on investment of your asset management solution is not just about the money

Investing in an asset management solution is about forward planning, but how can you measure your return on investment? It's not just about the money.

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Developing Levels of Service by Kees Beentjes

Asset Management Specialist Kees Beentjes shares his thoughts on why clients struggle with Levels of Service (LoS) and with the resources to develop these.

The Future of SaaS Applications - Who Will Win?

Our SaaS application provides a smart risk-based lifecycle model that operates within the ecosystems of your corporate software.

ISO 55000 for Tertiary Education

ISO 55000 for Tertiary Education helps asset management planning by improving performance and costs, management of risk and assurance of business growth.

IFMA World Workplace Conference 2017

The IFMA World Workplace Conference 2017 highlighted the application and integration of technologies to drive workplace performance.

Case Study: Otago Polytechnic, NZ

Otago Polytechnic employs a strategic asset management plan, lifecycle forecasts and evidence-based business cases for capital spending.

Building Information Modelling (BIM) in Action

The Bracken Road case study demonstrates the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) to effectively manage its property portfolio and asset lifespans.

Remaining Useful Life of Municipal Assets

SPM Assets Technical Director Chris Jenkins’ IPWEA forum response highlights the importance of understanding the physical lives of municipal assets.

The Thinking Behind NAMS Property

The NAMS Group in New Zealand and IPWEA in Australia help with long term planning, providing updated asset management content as the industry develops.

Difference Between ‘Condition’ and ‘Defects’ (& why you should care)

Asset Planning Specialist Kerrie Warwick explains the difference between 'condition' and 'defects' - terms that are often confused and misused.