Maintenance Management vs Asset Management In Public Works
May 22 2018 in Omak
The market has already moved on to cloud and mobility for asset and maintenance management in the field and overall asset management in the office. Agencies face continuous challenges to accomplish more with less to address compliance/ legal and regulatory requirements, asset and infrastructure management, capital budget planning, political forces, economic landscape changes, and capital and operating budgets constraints. Resilient Mobile GIS based Asset Management is a great solution to address with these moving gears, and improve business performance and efficiency. Such system should provide cutting edge features and functions at an affordable cost on mobile platform (this is not rocket science and should not cost a fortune). Managers in office can monitor work status and progress, office staff can create service requests or work orders from customer calls, and field crew can get work done while in the field. Status is updated between field and office instantly. We will also discuss benefits, ROI, and case studies - how other local govt. entities are already using these technologies to streamline their business, and manage resources for most efficient and best use. We will share local govt. success stories, and most importantly lessons learned that you can learn from. We encourage extensive interactions during the session.
Learning objectives will include building asset management program strategy within the organization, planning, data repositories review, data collection and updates, decision support tools, cost tracking, operations health monitoring, KPIs, reporting, software solutions, asset conditions and life cycle analysis, capital budget development etc.
Mr. Arnab Bhowmick has more than 18+ years of technical and managerial experience in asset maintenance and management, document management, cyber security, strategic planning and assessment, enterprise and systems architecture, application and data development, and implementation and management of GIS and IT projects. He led numerous projects involving user needs, benchmarking, gap and options analyses, strategic planning and governance, comprehensive assessments, recommendations development, cost justification, systems architecture, data conversion, applications development, and systems integration and administration. He advises executives and department heads on asset management, IT systems integration, enterprise GIS, mobile and cloud applications including security. He has a B.S. in Civil Engineering and M.S. in Business Information Systems and GIS.
2 North Ash Street
Omak, WA 98841
0.6 Water/WW CEUs
$160 ERWoW Members / $185 Non-Members
Location: Omak Council Chambers
*Locations are subject to change.