Display property locations as markers on a map, specifying a different marker shape for each property or property type. This provides you with a visual impression of your property portfolio’s geographical coverage.
Quickly find a property with the pan and zoom options on the map. When you hover over a property with your cursor, a window with key information is displayed. When you click on the symbol, the property’s data sheet opens.
Display Parcel Boundaries
Graphically display the parcel boundaries on a map by entering the GPS coordinates of parcel corners and the line style/color.
Parcels and property markers can be colored based on a user-defined color scheme organized by different parameters such as ownership, market value or occupancy rate. You can easily switch between different color schemes.
Google Maps and ESRI ArcGIS are currently supported as map providers. These maps are free of charge and no additional license is needed. More detailed maps with demographic information or soil composition can be licensed from map providers.
As your organization evolves, Axxerion evolves with you
Easy to Use and Highly Configurable:
Work with your own terminology, easily remove unwanted fields or steps or add new ones when needed. Define your own business processes.
Role based logins to accommodate different types of users and contractors and their access rights.
Global Search Capability:
Easily and instantly search and find any facility information in the database.
Automatic Review and Approvals:
Easily and graphically define workflow and approval processes for any item in the system.
Frequently Asked Questions about CMMS with GIS Integration
Here are the most common questions asked about a CMMS with GIS integration:
What is a Geographic Information System (GIS)?
A geographic information system (GIS) is a computer system that provides tools to capture and analyze spatial, mapping and geographic data. GIS tools and integrations help you apply location-based and visual analytics to your business and operational processes.
What features does a CMMS that has GIS integration offer?
Axxerion’s CMMS/GIS integration helps you keep track of and locate geographically dispersed properties, assets, work orders, and technicians. You can also analyze your geographical coverage with a CMMS/GIS integration.
GIS can significantly enhance a CMMS by providing the ability to access, display and manage spatial data. For example, this integration provides maps and location data for your entire property portfolio or utility network. It can also provide spatial topology of all of your assets, and provide asset location by address or coordinates.
Another great feature of a CMMS with GIS integration is that it provides access to other spatial data in the area of interest, including population, property and land use information.
What are the benefits of using a CMMS with GIS integration?
Organizations greatly benefit when their maintenance information contains corresponding location data. Using a CMMS integrated with GIS makes maintenance operations more efficient and effective, which means you are saving time and money. It also increases accuracy and spatial awareness through an organization’s entire maintenance operations.
Who should be using a CMMS with GIS integration?
Spatial data provided the GIS integration proves to be a huge help for organizations with geographically dispersed properties, assets and/or utility networks.
However, all organizations and industries can benefit from a CMMS that has GIS integration capabilities. Having map displays within a CMMS means you can more quickly locate problems, facilities, suppliers and even customers.
GIS also helps route technicians to the right areas with reduced travel time. And having a GIS integrated into your CMMS means you can access the history of all work orders in any selected area, which is great for future planning and data-based decision-making.
How can a CMMS with GIS integration help with work orders?
A CMMS with GIS integration is very helpful for work order management. Leverage location data to understand where service work is needed, and then easily coordinate and assign maintenance work to technicians in a specific area.
The GIS integration makes navigation to service destinations safe and easy with voice-guided routing abilities. It provides the most efficient routes, while considering the type of vehicle driven and any road restrictions that may come up along the way.
How can a CMMS with GIS integration help with field tracking and planning?
With a CMMS/GIS integration, your maintenance operations team can know what’s happening in the field at any time. By enabling technicians in the field to share their location, you can track where they are as they perform their services.
Management can perform the tracking through mobile app or web browser at any time. By being able to visualize and analyze this field data, your maintenance team can better assess the performance of technicians and optimize the management of field activities.
How can a CMMS with GIS integration help with asset management?
With a CMMS that has GIS integration capabilities, you can digitally map all of your assets, whether that asset is an electrical system, waste water, a vehicle, or anything in between. You can get exact location coordinates for these assets, even if the asset is underground.
This spatial asset data is essential when managing geographically dispersed assets. The ability to query and analyze location data for assets can also help assess the asset’s production and optimization with respect to its surrounding features.
How can a CMMS with GIS integration help with inspections?
By being able to access an organization’s digital maps during an inspection, you experience enhanced spatial awareness and understanding that can lead to do a more efficient and effective inspection process.
Access to location services means inspectors can easily locate the asset or area of interest, and take into account the surrounding items and landscape when making their assessments. The resulting thoroughness of the inspection prevents major oversights and leads to cost and time savings.