Manage your assets – not your IT

Mainpac EAM OnDemand delivers the benefits of Mainpac’s best of breed Enterprise Asset Management software system as a hosted service (SaaS), therefore minimising your IT overhead.

To customise a solution that suits your Asset Management requirements, create a package that combines the Mainpac EAM OnDemand subscription with:

  • Our expert set-up and deployment services
  • Our experienced trainers
  • Additional EAM modules and tools
  • Mainpac Mobility
  • Asset Intelligence

For connection to external system we recommend Mainpac EAM ( also able to be hosted).

Mainpac EAM OnDemand is licensed per user up to a maximum of 10 users.

  • No lock-in contracts
  • Fast, expert implementation
  • Best-of-breed asset maintenance system
  • Easy, inexpensive and secure – anywhere, anytime
  • No additional IT resources required
  • Fill staff shortages with OnDemand specialists
  • Hassle-free with updates automatically applied
  • Pay as you go – scale up, scale down
  • Access to the Mainpac Support Desk
  • System performance guaranteed

All of the features of our Mainpac EAM system with the convenient advantages of Software as a Service(SaaS):

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 for stock valuation and integration to external accounting systems.

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.

  • No lock-in contracts
  • Fast, expert implementation
  • Best-of-breed asset maintenance system
  • Easy, inexpensive and secure – anywhere, anytime
  • No additional IT resources required
  • Fill staff shortages with OnDemand specialists
  • Hassle-free updates automatically applied
  • Pay as you go – scale up, scale down
  • Access to Mainpac Support Desk
  • System performance guaranteed

All of the features of our Mainpac EAM system with the convenient advantages of Software as a Service(SaaS):

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.