With Infra Asset Management software you can profit from
- Understanding and insight in the condition of your areas and infrastructural objects.
- Embedding agreements between infra managers and contractors.
- Cost control.
- A higher availability of your assets.
Managing and maintaining infrastructural objects comes down to teamwork and the proper coordination of activities. This is why transparency between the infra manager and the contractor is essential. But how do you manage it? How do you make sure that the right activities are performed at the right moment in time? And also important: how do you write down and manage the agreements that are made?
With Ultimo Infra Asset Management software you increase the efficiency of your infra asset management. And you can link it to performance contracts or Service Level Agreements you entered into. Increase the efficiency when performing activities by controlling and saving costs, by efficiently planning activities, by reducing blockages, by improving conditions and by increasing the life span of infrastructural objects. It is time to ‘Live-link your assets and facilities’.
Part of the Ultimo EAM platform
Support in the field of infra asset management is part of the broad Ultimo EAM platform. With the number 1 flexible Ultimo EAM platform you have a complete platform to support all of your valuable assets and the corresponding processes in your organisation. In addition to modules, features and specific industry solutions, our solutions in terms of business information and integrations complete that support.
It requires thousands of assets to provide clean drinking water AND dry feet to the 1.3 million people living in the working area of the Dutch Rijnland District Water Board. And it is crucial to manage these assets on a daily basis. Ultimo is the absolute best solution.
Istimewa Elektro is a Dutch system integrator that builds, maintains and renovates installations in offshore, industrial and infrastructural markets. Istimewa uses Ultimo for instance in its infrastructural contracts.