Post Tagged with: "CMMS"

Utilis, Innovyze partner on asset planning tools

Utilis, Innovyze partner on asset planning tools

July 8, 2020 at 1:32 pm 0 comments

Utilis, a provider of underground soil moisture data detected from satellite, is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Innovyze as part of its USA Partner Program. According to Utilis, the USA Partner Program is a symbiotic relationship between Utilis and the partner, whereas both companies promote and growRead More

Selecting a CMMS: Stepping Up Your Public Asset Management Game

Selecting a CMMS: Stepping Up Your Public Asset Management Game

October 30, 2019 at 8:25 am 0 comments

By Greg Baird In Japan, there is a saying that there are many paths to the top of Mount Fugi. In the United States, we have the saying that all paths to water utility cost savings lead to infrastructure asset management. A water utility strives to progress along a costRead More

The Evolving Role of CMMS in the Water Industry

The Evolving Role of CMMS in the Water Industry

March 25, 2019 at 7:23 am 0 comments

By Alex Williams Ensuring the safety of citizens, managing critical assets, complying with regulatory standards and eliminating unplanned downtime — these are a few of the major hurdles faced by water industry professionals. Computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) can play a significant role in carrying out these responsibilities. A Brief HistoryRead More

Esri ArcGIS has become a mission-critical enterprise system for local government and water utilities’ core business processes. The distinction between the software application and the GIS is no longer relevant to an end user. They have become one. This is particularly true for ArcGIS utilized by local government organizations for public asset management.

The New Formula for Smart Communities

December 12, 2016 at 8:00 am 0 comments

How the Web GIS-Centric Platform is Transforming Public Utility Asset Management By Brian L. Haslam Esri ArcGIS has become a mission-critical enterprise system for local government and water utilities’ core business processes. The distinction between the software application and the GIS is no longer relevant to an end user. TheyRead More