Twinview's manage module allows you to store all of your assets' data in one place for quick and convenient access. You can view an assets history, ticket issues, maintenance jobs and up to date literature in an array of formats from PDF to JPEG. If your asset is smart or provides a data feed you can even monitor its real time performance and status.
You can also create equipment, which you can use to assign to maintenance jobs and/or assets. With conflict management and trained personell management you can be sure to comply with legislation.
With a fully featured CAFM system, optimised FM workflows and built in support for the full process, Twinview utilises a ticketing system for issue resolution, creation of maintenance jobs and tasks. When combined with assets, equipment and resources these powerful tools allow for full building management for day to day operations, whilst ensuring that every activity and decision is logged and saved to your projects golden thread.
Your building and your operational data belongs to you and with Twinview Manage you can import and export that data to the industry standard BS1192:4 COBie schema with full support for all tabs in the workbook including issues, jobs, systems, and even documents.
Every activity on twinview is added to the projects uneditable log creating a digital audit trail of who did what and when. In Manage this is extended and includes all activity from your assets, tickets, issues, maintenance jobs, tasks and equipment.
With our manufacturer partnerships Twinview provide you with a comprehenensive library of content that can be used in your replacement workflows. If you're replacing a broken asset, you can seach and find a suitable replacement, load a new asset into your project (which includes all up to date maintenance infomation and litrature) and the 3D model will even update to reflect the changes.
Within product libraries, you can also access to real time cost infomation and the ability request product quotes directly through Twinview.
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