With the 2019 Public Works Expo (PWX 2019) right around the corner in Seattle, Washington from September 8-11, we want to make sure that you are prepared to make the most out of the convention. There will be hundreds of booths available to visit during expo hours, and there may have to be some pruning between which ones are visited and which are not. One booth, however, stands out as imperative to visit: Booth #2301.
Booth #2301 is home to AssetWorks Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software solution. The AssetWorks team will be available to ask questions of and interact with, but that does not mean you have to go in blind. Here are a few key points about AssetWorks EAM that will help you remember this fateful meeting.
EAM can manage and produce data that is automatically or manually collected from the following kinds of assets:
- Stationary assets, such as roadway, pipeline, landscape and building assets
- Linear or networked assets, such as roads, water lines and utilities
- Boundary-based assets, such as parks, parking lots and property parcels
That’s not all the preparation that you get, however. We want to take a second to introduce to you some of the friendly faces that you can expect to see at the AssetWorks booth. Simply look at the tiles below with photos of our EAM and Fuel team members. By hovering over a tile, you’ll learn a little bit about what they love about our software, and you can learn about the best features to ask them about when you visit the booth.
What else is happening at PWX 2019?
After meeting with the AssetWorks EAM team at Booth #2301, be sure to stop by the New Product Showcase Theatre. Tom Seman will be presenting on AssetWorks’ EAM Connect mobile app on Monday September 9th at 1:00pm. During his presentation, Tom will discuss how to reduce redundancy and paperwork through mobile technology, improve public works data accuracy across multiple roles and empower you field crews with mobile technology.
With so much available to enhance a public works department like yours, it’s important that this fateful meeting with Booth #2301 at PWX 2019 is not missed!