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Innovyze Expands Water Asset Management System

InfoMasterInnovyze has expanded its water asset management system software that enables users to develop a GIS-centric enterprise asset management (EAM) program.

Available as a complete product or an upgrade to InfoMaster, the new InfoMaster Suite extension expands the software’s analytics-driven asset management capabilities for public works, utilities and municipalities of all sizes and their consultants and contractors.

The goal of InfoMaster Suite is to get more from existing enterprise assets including facilities, public spaces, and infrastructure, Innovyze says. It enables users to create records for any water- or non-water related assets in their networks and then effectively manage, integrate, validate, analyze and report on them. These assets can include roads, signs, benches, schools, buildings, parks and recreation areas, trees, treatment plants, tanks, and pumps as well as water, wastewater and stormwater networks.

Users can now gain in-depth view and control of all assets that affect regulatory compliance, risk and business performance. The modeling capabilities of the InfoMaster Suite also help users prolong the useful life of their physical assets and improve their performance and operational efficiency at maximum savings, the company says. These features let them know when their assets should be repaired and when they should be replaced.

InfoMaster Suite arms users with predictive analytics and modeling capabilities, helping them assess the level of asset deterioration and determine both its likelihood and consequence of failure. This information facilitates a proactive approach to identifying and managing these high-risk assets to help preserve their integrity and keep them operating well into the future. It also eliminates reactive maintenance — waiting for asset failures to occur before repairing.

This allows users to ensure the smartest distribution of dollars spent on replacement and repair of their assets, the company says. They can also create cost-effective, risk-based capital improvement plans that enhance operational efficiency and quality of service and keep assets performing at peak condition while making the most of limited budgets.

 

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