New features mean new business for Halo Enterprise’s WAM (Workflow Asset Management).
14 August 2015
"We have 3 Sports Centres, 2 Theatres a Country park and a listed house and park (with our Libraries and Learning Action Centres to follow sometime in the future) utilising the WAM system.The system has been extremely simple to operate from a management and user point of view with some of my new Duty Managers being able to navigate the system with minimal training. WAM has changed the way we look at reporting and dealing with maintenance. The control it gives us has helped us to be proactive as just being reactive.”
Walter Syrett – Facilities Manager - Aneurin Leisure
WAM – developed by Halo, a leading Sports and Leisure Trust – has this year added new features to its web based asset management system and is now working with more organisations than ever before, moving into concert halls, theatres and tourist attractions like those at Aneurin Leisure. This web based system simply allows management teams to create their own asset inventory – covering all the equipment, fixtures and fittings they maintain – which then interacts with a fault reporting and repair system and planned preventative maintenance task schedule. Clients like Aneurin, are saying it helps them hit maintenance targets, ensures they maximise the value of their assets and streamlines daily work schedules for their teams. WAM’s not charged per user but is accessible for all staff on site for a one-off set up cost per organisation inclusive of training and helpline support and a monthly license fee that’s comparable with an average monthly gym membership.
The new features include:
* The ability to attach photos and any file types to asset items, faults, PPM tasks and logs plus a power storage solution for the larger files.
* Ability to record the amount of time spent on defects and work.
*Email notifications for pending planned maintenance tasks and commitments plus automatic email communications associated with work requests and defects.
*Additional components to help prioritise repairs.
*Technical logs to store recordings of data associated with facilities. Anyone wanting to know more can explore what’s on offer at www.maxyourassets.com where they can book a site visit and demonstration.
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- 17/06/2014 - Leisure groups make light work of asset management with new online tool
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