How a great Enterprise Asset Management system can save you time and money on administration costs

In the world of business, time equals money. Time is so valuable to a business that anywhere that an organisation can save time then enables that organisation to drive efficiencies to reduce costs and therefore focus on improving services. So what is one way an organisation can save time (and money)? A good Enterprise Asset […]

Digital Disruption and its impact on asset intensive organisations

Digital Disruption is the change that occurs when new innovative digital technologies and business models affect the value of existing goods and services. How is this digital movement affecting asset intensive organisations? Just 10 years ago there were only two broad categories of digital solutions for asset intensive organisations to use to manage their enterprise […]

Mainpac announces sponsorship of WCEAM VETOMAC 2017

12th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management & 13th International Conference on Vibration Engineering and Technology of Machinery We are delighted to announce that as a Platinum Sponsor, Mainpac will be attending the 12th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management (WCEAM 2017) and 13th International Conference on Vibration Engineering and Technology of Machinery (VETOMAC 2017) […]

Mobility Now and What’s to Come

Whether you are in the manufacturing, mining, farming or utilities industry – You will always have staff who are out in the field. Those staff may oversee operating machinery, or overseeing parts of, or the whole project. But when it comes to time management, do you sometimes wonder how much time is spent going backwards […]

Asset Intelligence – The future of EAM’s

What is Asset Intelligence? Asset Intelligence is a software tool that allows an organisation to draw insights from different data sources at once, integrating them into a detailed set of analytics in a single database. This in turn enables a business to make decisions in regards to their assets in a much shorter time frame. […]

Driving Value Through Asset Management With MAINPAC

Hundreds of customers in over 24 countries have chosen Mainpac to help solve their asset management problems within their organisations. With over 28 years of experience, Mainpac has the knowledge and experience to configure and scale its asset management system to enable any organisation to improve their operational effectiveness and reduce their maintenance costs. This is […]

Why do YOU need an Enterprise Asset Management System FOR YOUR BUSINESS?

In this modern age everything is online. It makes sense for businesses to have ONE place where all their asset information is stored and utilised. Communications and appropriate staff access can be streamlined and consolidated whether you are tracking machinery assets, parts, financial assets, facilities management or even IT devices. Through an EAM all documents […]

The Asset Life Cycle of IT Assets

The IT machines and business equipment that we use and upon which we rely are certainly not infallible. Too often business assets, such as IT hardware, are purchased and brought into the organisation to meet our needs and demands, but without attention to their maintenance and upkeep, these machines are likely to perform at a sub-optimal standard and, in the long run, prove costly to maintain.

Using Data to Control Your Project

Regardless of the type of project in which you are engaged, data is bound to play a role in its management and control. Of course, there is typically great variation in how well data is used and the systems that are in place for its control and manipulation. Increasingly, there is potential for data to be used in sophisticated and advanced ways in order to achieve successful project outcomes, including objectives being met and on-time, on-budget project deliverables.

Improving Your Bottom Line with Better Planning

Businesses are all about generating as much profit as possible and increasing market share and brand reputation. While almost all businesses have aspirations of success, it is essential to realise that success very rarely ‘just happens’. Instead, thoughtful and thorough planning