Structure your real estate and technical assets using interactive and graphic tree structures.
Asset-identity cards: site, building, floor, workstation room, plot, device, etc.
Asset health record: technical characteristics, surface areas, multimedia documentation, depreciation values, occupied plots, track and address references, GPS coordinates… and monitoring of logged, current or future maintenance work: standardized indicators (MTBF, MTTR…).
Complete life cycle of assets, from acquisition to design and construction, delivery of the As-Built File, operation and maintenance, disposal.
Multi-scale interactivity: .DWG diagrams (AutoCAD), Building Information Modeling (BIM) and GIS (ArcGIS).
Intuitive graphical navigation on diagrams and consolidation of information along different axes: functional, location, technical.
Visual description of utilities (electricity, gas, etc.) or safety features (consignment, protection, etc.) to facilitate the preparation of maintenance work and enhance the safety of the field technicians.
Control over the consumption of facilities: water, electricity, gas…
Automatic retrieval of counter values or alarms detected via BMS/BAS systems, etc.
Asset features: rental contracts (leases for landlords and tenants), initial lease signature, walk-through reports, receipts for rent and rental charges, occupier management, leased-premises management, etc.
Spare parts, consumables, tools, and PPE are classified in family-tree structures and linked to devices.
Sheet structured by article: characteristics, allocation accounts, storage locations, vendor terms and other information.
Provides batch and serial number management so that you can track the quality of certain types of parts using criteria such as manufacturer lot, consideration of expiration dates, asset component exchanges, tracking of repairable items, and more.
Automated stock management: adjustment of quantities and replenishment in relation to inventory movements, reservations, entries/exits, transfers between warehouses, etc. in relation to the works and purchasing processes.
Monitor the business via the maintenance work process (technical expertise, operations carried out, movement of items, duration of repair work, etc.).
Measure the time spent on tasks other than maintenance work (travel, training, cleaning, etc.)
Visual schedule of resources and equipment: allocate work orders via a basket, move and change resources and devices by dragging & dropping, personalize the business context taking technician availability and certifications into account.
Interoperability of the schedule with HR management software.
Keep track of subcontracting
Manage all types of requests: purchase services as needed, take out service contracts (telephony, access control, elevators, landscaped areas, etc.), or negotiate contracts at predefined rates.
Objective measurement of the performance and profitability of your subcontracting contracts.
Personalized access portal and menu tailored to the missions of each service provider.
Accept Input from Citizens & Associations
Occupiers can report anomalies, issue requests for interventions and report incidents directly via the local authority portal.
Interfacing with your customer management (e-GEE…).
Customizable home portal (memos, reports, favorite functions, diagrams, thumbnail indicators or graphs, etc.) in relation to the user’s profile (managers, occupiers, service providers, internal technical services, citizens, etc.) to facilitate access to information and decision-making.
Customizable full-text search (data or features) to speed up navigation.
Complete library of editing and analysis reports that can be enriched with a wizard: business dashboards, ABC breakdown of maintenance costs by technical lot or building, occupier satisfaction (responsiveness, SLA, etc.), consumption, cost per square meter, availability of premises…
Custom dashboards using standard or customized indicators in relation to profiles: manager, occupiers, service providers, internal technical services, etc.
Thematic business analyses based on maps and diagrams (e.g. occupancy of premises, etc.), adaptable to needs.
Cost control organized by financial year according to the three methods of accounting: cost accounting, management accounting and financial accounting
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