Assetic co-founder and director Ashay Prabhu said, “This partnership is exciting, because it’s about more than modernising our software alone; this is a full end-to-end approach to ensure asset management success, irrespective of inevitable challenges."
“It’s a privilege to be able to work with a forward-thinking organisation like DoE to mitigate future risk to their essential community assets," said Assetic Co-founder Ashay Prabhu.
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Six TCCS communities had petitioned for new or upgrades to Playgrounds over the past two years. A key driver […]
The Assetic team has been enjoying the busy Tradeshow and Events season, attending hosting almost too many to count across October and November.
Christmas is upon us and by the time we come out of the festive season it will be time to look forward to another EoFY ... are you ready? Do you have a checklist?? If not, sign up below for a copy of the one I’m creating now to help ensure we kick off 2019 right.
Assetic is pleased to announce we are now a NAMS.AU Consultant Supporter. The National Asset Management Strategy Committee (NAMS.AU) is an IPWEA-based leadership and advocacy initiative working together towards the sustainable management of public works infrastructure, community assets and services in a nationally consistent, best practice manner.
Asset Management industry guru Dr Penny Burns visited Assetic HQ in July in preparation for the launch of her new podcast, Talking Infrastructure. Dr Burns and the team talked passionately about changing mindsets, solving issues, and how to deliver the best asset outcomes now and into the forecasted future.
Assetic was proud to present at the Cityworks Conference in Salt Lake City...
While CMMS plays critical role, it is only part of the strategic asset management equation. Start your journey towards ensuring optimal asset value with this capability checklist
In the future fixed assets manage themselves, with streams of live data arriving every second... but, what are we going to do with all this data to actually improve the state of our infrastructure assets?