“For over 25 years, AssetWorks has provided innovative software solutions that help our customers optimize capital programs. Their success is our paramount goal.”
Ken Slaughter, Senior Vice President, AssetWorks
CPM, IWMS, Energy, and Parking Solutions
Our division of AssetWorks develops Construction Program Management solutions for organizations with substantial capital budgets and project portfolios, as well as Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) and Energy Management solutions.
What is the AiM of government transparency? For the Wyoming School Facilities Department, it means managing new construction, capital renewal and maintenance for a growing ecosystem of schools, auxiliary buildings, and administrative offices across 48 school districts statewide. Read the case study to learn more.
October 28th, 2016|Comments Off on How Science Will Make You a Better Project Manager
Alright, project managers. It's time to brush off your elementary school textbooks and up your PM game today. My ten-year-old daughter recently received a birthday present consisting of 10 unique science experiments we could do [...]
April 21st, 2016|Comments Off on Three Questions to Ask Before Creating Your Customer Survey
Customer surveys are notoriously ineffective. However, by asking the right questions, you can receive highly effective survey results. By: Glenn Adams By answering a few simple questions you are much more likely to conduct a [...]
April 14th, 2016|Comments Off on Is Your Facility Condition Assessment Providing the Right Data? Are You Sure?
Join us as we take a hard look at FCA’s and the information you really need for accurate capital planning. By: Glenn Adams Do you ever get that nagging feeling you’re forgetting something important? It’s [...]
February 9th, 2016|Comments Off on The Must-Have for a Well-Executed Mission
When it comes to project planning and execution, one thing is critical to mission success. You’re dropped off in a tropic region with no map, no previous cultural experience, and no proficiency in the native [...]