PureNet™ Asset Management

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PureNet™ Asset Management
PureNet™ Asset
Management
Streamlining existing utility databases into one platform for
improved efficiency
PureNet Software
Benefits of Asset Management
A number of recent reports have highlighted the
need for better asset management practices in
the water and wastewater industry as existing
infrastructure ages. The prevailing thought is that
better understanding, planning and efficiency can
help utilities save money and provide better service to
customers as they renew these assets.
•
Initial case studies of utilities using PureNet show
that the implementation of a system within a utility’s
pipeline network can increase financial earnings by
3.5 percent.
•
Streamlines planning and decision making by
establishing maintenance priorities, budgets, and
planning of future projects, as well as providing
information on the condition and useful life of a
utility’s infrastructure
•
Moves utilities from reactive to proactive asset
management and bridges the gap between
engineering and finance
PureNet streamlines information from existing utility
databases such as billing systems, hydraulic models,
workload programs and maintenance management
systems into one platform to improve efficiency. The
system can also merge pipeline condition assessment
and monitoring data into the platform to provide
operators with valuable information on asset condition.
By combining this system with a condition assessment
program that evaluates the condition of water and
wastewater pipelines, utilities can achieve a greater
return on investment.
puretechltd.com

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