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New modules launched for asset management tool

By 10th April 2015November 5th, 2019No Comments

Screen Shot 2015-04-10 at 17.22.39Asset Insight Manager, the integrated real-time asset performance system, has launched three new modules: reporting, maintenance and tool store. And enhanced the alarm detection module.

The new Reporting module allows users to generate bespoke management information reports in addition to new standard reports covering risk, finance, asset performance, lifecycle, engineer productivity and stores stock reports.

The Maintenance module provides planned preventative maintenance schedules, work orders, resources, risk assessments, absences, trades, and more than 400 regime templates covering a very wide range of asset types.

The Tool Store module offers materials and consumables management and test equipment management; while the enhanced alarm module provides new generation alarm detection using regression analysis.

The product is the first of its kind to provide and integrate real insight into asset performance, condition, cost, reliability, continuity and risk. “More organisations should have real insight into the true extent of their corporate assets to support business continuity, increase financial control, improve service levels, and ensure compliance,” says Steve Edgson, director of Asset Handling. “Efficient and timely maintenance of assets is crucial to an organisation’s financial performance, and improves health and safety performance. Downtime caused by lack of ability to maintain and repair impacts on bottom line profitability, the quality of service, staff satisfaction, and a positive customer experience.”

Asset Insight Manager already includes real-time condition monitoring for vibration, temperature and acoustics together with thermal images of each datacenter cabinet to detect changes in temperature; an advanced reporting dashboard providing full visibility of all buildings, systems and assets on a range of performance metrics; a system to detect single points of failure before they impact the business; a comprehensive room planner to map out data centre cabinets and record heat, load, temperature, air velocity and other metrics; and full asset lifecycle details. This allows users to make informed decisions on the maintenance, re-engineering and capital investment that required to run facilities to optimum performance.