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3 real life asset management challenges - and how to address them

Here are some of the most frequently encountered asset management challenges – with effective, practical solutions.

From Housing Challenge to Housing Crisis

Social housing across Australia and New Zealand are facing significant challenges both in the short and long term.

IPWEA Article - The international gold standard in integrated asset management

This article by IPWEA highlights the need for finance managers to understand all aspects of asset management.

Long term asset management planning – a must for Community Housing Providers

SPM's eight step plan to effective asset management planning allows Community Housing Providers to maintain and fund upgrades of housing assets

What are the on-going building lifecycle costs of a new building?

Here’s a rule-of-thumb guide for on-going building lifecycle costs for new buildings, including operational & maintenance costs.

IPWEA Article - Why better asset management matters

This opinion article by IPWEA highlights the need for the discipline of Asset Management to be understood and embraced by the leadership of asset intensive businesses.

QR Codes used to provide property information to maintenance teams

Tāmaki Regeneration is taking an innovative approach, using QR codes to ensure their maintenance teams can access important property information.

SPM Assets Mobile Release - September 2020

The latest release of the SPM Assets Mobile product is now available, benefits include improved navigation and additional filtering functionality.

Spreadsheet risk: is your asset management potentially exposed?

Many businesses are looking closely at how they operate, and what changes need to be made to face the ‘new normal’ presented by Covid-19.

Four questions to understand if your asset management software is delivering value

For many organisations, especially in the social infrastructure industries, it’s important to look at the return on investment in broader terms rather than purely financial.