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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Assetic co-founder Ashay Prabhu joined over 200 global leaders in strategic asset management, analytics, optimisation, and public private partnerships at the 2019 McKinsey Global Infrastructure Initiative in London October 29-31.
If you haven’t heard of a Hackday, you’re not alone. Popular in the tech industry, many of the non-software team members at Assetic hadn’t either. But that all changed in early August when we held our first inaugural Assetic Hackday at HQ.
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.
On Monday April 30th Assetic Co-founder Director Ashay Prabhu presented at the Terry Group Consulting lunch “Keeping your Head in the Cloud”, held at Brisbane’s Stamford Plaza.
How do we balance the need to renew existing infrastructure against the demand for new infrastructure? Learn how applying asset genetic helps unlock hidden capital in existing infrastructure.
With a decade’s experience helping local governments better manage infrastructure assets, software firm Assetic has further expanded its client base, signing 20 new councils across Australia since February