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.
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.
It’s 15 years to the month since our journey as Assetic started with two early adopters - Moyne and Corangamite Shires, in 2003. It’s been an amazing journey where our fraternity of Asset Management has taken us to every corner of Australia and NZ, and more recently outside our shores into Canada and USA.
Find us at IPWEA Vic this week (May 10-11) where we will co-present with Mornington Peninsula Shire, and IPWEA SA (May 24-25) to support Excellence Award nominee Kingston District Council (pictured).
Assetic Maintenance recently took a great evolutionary step, which was the result of much hard work and collaboration - both internally and with clients.
Our world is shifting. With the advent of big data and the tools to interpret it, leaders have been given new ways to optimise their cities’ performance into the future. It’s an exciting time with brand new possibilities for us as a fraternity – the Age of Asset Intelligence.
Next week Assetic Service Delivery Manager Darren Burgess will travel to Mackay to present to executive stakeholders, as part of Council’s migration to Assetic in the cloud.
Assetic was proud to once again be a major sponsor of the LGFP conference – for ten consecutive years! The event took place in Cairns from November 21 – 24, 2017.