Since 1969, Esri’s Geographic Information System (GIS) has helped asset managers unlock the full potential of data to improve operational and business results. Today, GIS is in over 350,000 organizations, including the world’s largest cities, most national governments, 20,000 cities, 75 percent of Fortune 500 companies, and more than 7,000 colleges and universities.
AssetWorks Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software system integrates seamlessly with Esri GIS, unlocking the true potential of your asset management data. Through this integration, organizations can create different map layers to view and manage asset attribute data, service requests, work orders, and projects- unlocking many benefits, including:
Data accuracy challenges happen to even the most careful asset managers. Integrating Esri’s GIS technology with Enterprise Asset Management software enhances data accuracy in multiple ways:
- Allows for precise geospatial mapping of assets to ensure their location is accurate.
- Fewer errors from manual data entry since asset information and geographic coordinate are integrated.
- Spatial analysis tools within Esri GIS can help identify discrepancies in asset data for timely updates.
Improved Response Times
Maintenance workers in the field are often an untapped resource for infrastructure data. The integration of Esri GIS and asset management software improves response times by enabling real-time tracking of asset locations and conditions, allowing for quick identification of issues and optimal lets organizations promptly allocate resources, minimize downtime, and enhance overall operational responsiveness.
The integration of Esri GIS and asset management software consolidates data by centralizing geospatial and asset information within a unified platform. A centralized location streamlines data storage, retrieval, and updates. By combining GIS and asset data, organizations can analyze reports and make informed decisions.
The integration of Esri GIS and asset management software offers spatial context by visualizing asset locations so users can see assets in relation to their environment, aiding in better decision-making based on real-world insights. By overlaying asset data on maps, organizations can understand spatial patterns, relationships, and dependencies crucial for effective asset management.
The integration of Esri GIS and asset management software accommodates evolving datasets, changing asset portfolios, and shifting business needs, ensuring long-term relevance. By harnessing GIS’s capabilities, organizations can effectively navigate technological advancements and industry shifts, maintaining efficient asset management practices over time.