Monday, 31 January 2011 07:16

Asset Management

Written by  ARM Systems
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The CMS’ Asset Management module provides detailed digital management of assets at any level in the navigation hierarchy.
Precise Site Inventory and Comprehensive Equipment Data

The site map, in the CMS,  provides an instant visual picture of assets installed at the site such as generators, fuel tanks, shelters, air-conditioners and more. By clicking on any asset, will open an informative pop-up menu, displaying full asset details including its online status, full manufacturer information, maintenance details (refer to Preventive Maintenance) and even real pictures of each piece of equipment. The site controller automatically detects any new equipment that is connected or disconnected, and reports it to the CMS. This makes it easy to manage addition or removal of equipment, and transfer of equipment from one site to another.

Complete Vendor Information and Clear Audit Reports

In addition to information on equipment, the CMS provides detailed information on the equipment’s vendor. It includes full company details, contract period, SLA information and more. Being able to compare performance with contractual agreements at a resolution that goes down to each piece of equipment, gives the TMC powerful tools to enforce SLA and negotiate future contracts.

With the ability to fully analyze data, the CMS can provide clear audit reports based on any parameter from equipment type to specific tenant. This includes CAPEX calculations for a new rollout, or OPEX for a legacy contract. Reports can be run across any cross section or via any filter. The function includes producing annual financial reports quickly and efficiently.

Asset Tagging and Tracking

AIO Systems Remote EyeSite mobile application can track assets based on different mobile tags such as QR codes, barcodes, RFID, active tags and more. QR codes are generated per equipment type, and through smart management of codes, a complete inventory of assets can be presented per tenant on site. These same tags are used by the technicians during their site visits to track assets and collect accurate data that allows better control over inventory.