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Capital Asset Management (CAM) System

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AssetWorks Capital Asset Management (CAM) is a comprehensive asset life-cycle-based management system, designed to help asset managers find ways to minimize capital expenditures and operating expenses by maximizing the useful life of an asset. With CAM, organizations can reduce the cost of ownership and operation of their assets, improve operational efficiency and achieve sustainability goals.

Optimize the entire life-cycle of your fleet.

Understand your data. Make better decisions.

How to Measure the Life-Cycle Costs of your Fleet

Hosted by Marc Knight, CAFM, this on-demand webinar covers life-cycle cost analysis and everything that comes with it. Learn how to make the best decision when purchasing assets using real data, including information on asset life-cycle stages, maintenance strategies, remarketing strategies, and acquisition strategies.

Features

  • Supports any asset or asset type regardless of size or complexity.
  • Handles a variety of assets from basic electronics like laptops to vehicles and heavy equipment.
  • Captures descriptive and informational data for analysis and reporting.
  • Consists of four primary modules: Analytics; Planning and Budgeting; Procurement; and Remarketing.
  • Works independent of the maintenance management application, but can integrate with most maintenance management systems.

Benefits

  • Replace assets at optimum economic end-of-life.
  • Prioritize replacements to allocate scarce capital budgets and minimize future operating and maintenance costs.
  • Understand impact of maintenance decisions on an asset’s life-cycle, as well as how life-cycle can impact the maintenance budget.
  • Manage the procurement process to minimize acquisition costs.
  • Manage remarketing process to maximize salvage value.

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