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Aquaman

Integrated Asset and Maintenance Management

How does it work?

Goals

1

- Functional and operational organisation of all infrastructures
- Data systematisation
- Development of an analytical structure
- Stocktaking of maintenance target areas
- Warehouse management
- Cost reduction and improving ROA (Return on Assets) and OEE (Operational Equipment Effectiveness)
- Organisation of procedures and service orders

Modules - Processes

2

- Planning (Scheduler), where services orders and activities scheduled for the assets can be viewed
- Management of the lifecycle of the work order
- Mobile service centres for managing Inventory, Assets, Inspections, Requests and Service Orders
- Production of indicators (KPI)
- Georeferencing Locations / Assets / Services
- Production of reports (research)
- Analytical
- Service Centre
- Service Orders
- Purchases
- Inventory
- Contracts
- Planning
- Preventive Maintenance
- Building Information Models (BIM)
- Work Centres
- Mobility (Telephone and Tablet)
- Integration

Aquaman

Benefits
of using
Aquaman

Comprehensive maintenance solution in work management for scheduled and unscheduled activities

Information security, compliance and speed of implementation

Management of short- and long-term reactive, preventive and condition-based maintenance

Monitoring all scheduled work (preventive and predictive maintenance) and unscheduled work (corrective and occasional maintenance)

Connecting maintenance activities with other relevant areas, such as the financial area (records and cost accounting), logistics (purchases and warehouse management) and the resources allocated

Permitting, as economically as possible, the maintenance or reestablishment of a certain specific status or assuring a certain service

Establishment of service levels (SLAs) in line with the business goals

Cost reduction, improvement of business processes, increased ROI (Return on Investment) and ROA (Return on Assets), increasing operational effectiveness and efficiency

Alignment with best practices in asset management: ISO 55000 and PAS 55

Long-term investment and commitment, with proven results in the area of Asset Management

Appropriate integration with information systems ensuring non-duplication of collection and updating mechanisms:

- Customer system - CRM
- System - ERP
- Maintenance management system
- Geographic information system - GIS
- Flow and pressure monitoring system
- Other external systems

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