Understand your assets

When spreadsheets are no longer enough, you need Mainpac EAM – an effective, robust, and reliable solution to your asset management needs. Whether you are running a small business or a multinational company – Mainpac EAM will help you stay on top of everything.

Use our cutting-edge tool to maximise the benefits of today’s technology.

Mainpac Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) is a best of breed asset management system that has been described as the easiest to use EAM system around.

Backed up by our depth of functionality, user-controlled configurability, and robust scalability, Mainpac EAM enables every organisation to improve operational effectiveness, reduce maintenance costs, and deliver sustainable Return on Assets (ROA).

Mainpac EAM supports operational staff with sophisticated Asset Planning, Preventative Maintenance, Work Management, Inventory, and Purchasing capabilities.

The Mainpac EAM solution allows you to easily track and manage asset availability and performance; as well as balance both maintenance and replacement costs.

Our software allows you to reduce operational costs and risks, and ensure maintenance practices meet corporate and regulatory requirements.

Asset Performance – track and manage asset availability and performance. Apply maintenance strategies according to an asset’s criticality. Increase the Return on Assets across the entire Asset Lifecycle.

Cost Control – balance maintenance costs against replacement costs, reduce unplanned downtime, and reduce parts inventories through better management across sites. Warranty management provides opportunities to minimise maintenance over time.

Compliance – ensure maintenance practices meet corporate and regulatory requirements, including the occupational health and safety of your operators.

Easy to Use – clean screen design, intuitive navigation, predictive data-entry, minimal keystrokes, and powerful search capabilities means data entry is a breeze for users, and work tasks are managed more efficiently.

Comprehensive – The Mainpac EAM software provides core asset and maintenance functionality. It extends beyond this with pre-built tools to improve your maintenance forecasting and provide strategies for greater return on assets.

Integration – The Mainpac EAM software solutions readily integrate with ERP, operational, and SCADA systems, allowing for greater visibility and automation.

Best of Breed – Mainpac works with consultants and research partners, like CIEAM, to design Mainpac EAM towards Enterprise Asset Management best practices. Mainpac EAM enables customers to take incremental steps towards best practice, and thereby improve asset performance and reliability across the asset lifecycle.

Scalable – Mainpac EAM can be deployed as a single site, yet readily scales to accommodate multiple sites, and across other entities with different structures such as divisions or capital works projects.

Affordable – Mainpac EAM solutions provide comprehensive maintenance and asset management at a fraction of the cost of alternative Enterprise Asset Management solutions. Built on Microsoft SQL Server®, Mainpac EAM offers the strongest combination of price and performance, manageability and security.

Low Cost to Maintain – Customers report Mainpac EAM requires minimal IT resources to maintain the system – unlike other systems – as Mainpac EAM uses standard web browsers and common Microsoft platforms such as Microsoft SQL Server®, the .NET Framework and Microsoft Reporting Services.

Mainpac EAM consists of core asset management functionality, that is complemented by a selection of optional modules to ensure a better fit with your organisational requirements

Core components:

Operational Views – structure and segregate and asset data to suit an organisation’s governance requirements, business rules, operational, or financial structures. An operational view may represent a geographical site, business unit, project, policy repository, or another organisational entity requiring its own configuration, data ownership and security.

Operational Assets – Build the complete asset record including asset details, specific attributes, usage meters, spares list, cost history, and links to full word history.

Work Orders – Forecasting utilises task frequency rules and work method templates to generate planned maintenance work orders for individual assets, or asset rounds. Unplanned maintenance is supported with internal work requests, defect recording and breakdown orders. The core system supports departmental or cost centre budgets, work order cost estimating and actual cost recording.

Labour and Resource Management – provides roster management, authorisations, and qualifications management for internal and external customer sites. Labour resources, tools, and equipment can be allocated to maintenance activities within capacity and compliance constraints.

Inventory – supports flexible stocktake and reorder policies, replenishment planning, internal and external requisitions, issues, returns, stocktakes, inter-warehouse transfers, and costed transactions.

Purchasing – includes management of multi-currency supplier catalogues and supply agreements. Improve internal controls using the flexible requisition approval processes. Automatic consolidation of requisitions by supplier and integrated receipt and invoice matching processes reduce clerical effort and purchase costs.

Operational Dashboards – can be configured with a combination of interactive charts and tables, or other user defined web-based components, such as company news feeds, or standard operating procedures.

Mainpac Reporting – a standard set of customisable reports is available for Mainpac EAM. New ad hoc and saved reports can be easily created with the Search and Query feature. Standard and custom production style reports are developed with Microsoft® Reporting Services.

Mainpac Audit Tool – changes can be tracked with the old and new values and the user’s details logged.

Criticality Assessment Tool – criticality is an important element of operational assets. Criticality classifies assets by their impact upon business operation, productivity and profitability, and helps you prioritise resources for critical assets. The Criticality Assessment Tool provides a graphical matrix approach to define asset criticality.

Maintenance Strategy Tool – the selection tool builds on the Criticality Assessment Tool to ensure a consistent approach is applied to determining the optimum maintenance strategy for a particular asset, or group of assets. A configurable question and answer approach guides a user through the decision tree and ultimately determines the recommended maintenance strategy.

Financial Assets – manage acquisitions, depreciation, revaluations, transfers and disposals. Operational asset registers and financial assets registers are linked to support usage based depreciation and provide full visibility of asset lifecycle costs.

External Work Requests – allows staff or external contractors to safely login and submit work requests via a simple configurable web interface. Staff or external contractors can receive automatic email notifications of changes in work order status.

Work Safety – work methods and isolation sets may be associated with a work order. This helps to ensure that safety protocols have been reviewed and satisfy compliance standards prior to work commencing.

Mainpac for Project Client – exporting and importing work orders to and from Microsoft® Project for resource levelling and critical path planning.

Asset Performance – track and manage asset availability and performance. Apply maintenance strategies according to an asset’s ‘criticality’ and increase Return on Assets across the entire Asset Lifecycle.

Cost Control – balance maintenance costs against replacement costs, reduce unplanned downtime, and reduce parts inventories through better management across multiple sites. Identify warranty opportunities, and minimise maintenance overtime.

Compliance – reduce operational risks, and ensure maintenance practices meet corporate and regulatory requirements, including the occupational health and safety of your operators.

Easy to Use – clean screen design, intuitive navigation, predictive data-entry, minimal keystrokes, and powerful search capabilities means data entry is a breeze for users, and work tasks are managed more efficiently.

Comprehensive – The Mainpac EAM software provides core asset and maintenance functionality and extends beyond this with pre-built tools to improve your maintenance forecasting and provide strategies for greater return on assets.

Integration – The Mainpac EAM software solutions readily integrate with ERP, operational, and SCADA systems for greater visibility and automation across your business.

Best of Breed – Mainpac has worked with consultants and research partners like CIEAM to design Mainpac EAM towards Enterprise Asset Management best practices. Mainpac EAM enables customers to take incremental steps towards best practice, and thereby improve asset performance and reliability across the asset lifecycle.

Scalable – Mainpac EAM can be deployed as a single site, yet readily scales to accommodate multiple sites, and can span across other entities with different structures such as divisions or capital works projects.

Affordable – Mainpac EAM solutions provide comprehensive maintenance and asset management at a fraction of the cost of alternative Enterprise Asset Management solutions. Built on Microsoft SQL Server®, Mainpac EAM offers the strongest combination of price and performance, manageability and security.

Low Cost to Maintain – Unlike other systems, Mainpac EAM uses standard web browsers and common Microsoft platforms such as Microsoft SQL Server® , the .NET Framework and Microsoft Reporting Services. Customers report Mainpac EAM requires minimal IT resources to maintain the system.

Mainpac EAM consists of core asset management functionality, which is complemented by a selection of optional modules to ensure a better fit with organisational requirements.

Core components:

Operational Views – Segregate and structure asset data to suit an organisation’s governance requirements, business rules, operational, or financial structures. Operational views are flexible and can be arranged in parent-child hierarchies across multiple levels within the same database. An operational view may represent a geographical site, business unit, project, policy repository, or another organisational entity requiring its own configuration, data ownership and security.

Operational Assets – Define the complete asset record including asset details, specific attributes, usage meters, spares list, cost history, and links to full word history.

Work Orders – Forecasting utilises task frequency rules and work method templates to generate planned maintenance work orders for individual assets, or asset rounds. Unplanned maintenance is supported with internal work requests, defect recording and breakdown orders. The core system supports departmental or cost centre budgets, work order cost estimating and actual cost recording.

Labour and Resource Management – provides roster management, authorisations, and qualifications management for internal and external customer sites. Labour resources, tools, and equipment can be allocated to maintenance activities within capacity and compliance constraints.

Inventory – supports flexible stocktake and reorder policies, replenishment planning, internal and external requisitions, issues, returns, stocktakes, inter-warehouse transfers, and costed transactions for stock valuation and integration to external accounting systems.

Purchasing – includes management of multi-currency supplier catalogues and supply agreements. Flexible requisition approval processes improve internal controls. Automatic consolidation of requisitions by supplier and integrated receipt and invoice matching processes reduce clerical effort and purchase costs.

Operational Dashboards – can be configured with a combination of interactive charts and tables, or other user defined web-based components, such as company news feeds, or standard operating procedures. Dashboards may be configured for individual staff members or applied to user roles.

Mainpac Reporting – a standard set of customisable reports is available for Mainpac EAM. New ad hoc and ‘saved’ reports can be easily created with the Search and Query feature. Standard and custom production style reports are developed with Microsoft® Reporting Services.

Mainpac Audit Tool – changes to selected database tables can be tracked with the old and new values and the user’s name logged at the time of the change.
Criticality Assessment Tool – criticality is an important element of operational assets. Criticality classifies assets by their impact upon business operation, productivity and profitability, and helps you prioritise resources for critical assets. The Criticality Assessment Tool provides a graphical matrix approach to define asset criticality.

Maintenance Strategy Tool – the selection tool builds on the Criticality Assessment Tool to ensure a consistent approach is applied to determining the optimum maintenance strategy for a particular asset, or group of assets. A configurable question and answer approach guides a user through the decision tree and ultimately determines the recommended maintenance strategy.

Financial Assets – manage acquisitions, depreciation, revaluations, transfers and disposals. Operational asset registers and financial assets registers are linked to support usage based depreciation and provide full visibility of asset lifecycle costs.

External Work Requests – allows staff or external contractors to safely login and submit work requests via a simple configurable web interface. Staff or external contractors can receive automatic email notifications of changes in work order status.

Work Safety – work methods and isolation sets may be associated with a work order. This helps to ensure that safety protocols have been reviewed and satisfy compliance standards prior to work commencing.

Mainpac for Project Client – exporting and importing work orders to and from Microsoft® Project for resource levelling and critical path planning.