NEEMTECH helps organization Smart Asset Management for e.g. municipality, public works, metro, transportation, campuses and utility strive to provide sustainable, renewable eco-green services to their community optimally.

For optimum functioning, an integrated approach to optimize the utilization and maintenance of your assets start at conceptual design, continuing through shut down and decommissioning. while maintaining their assets in a cost effective manner.

نيمتيش يساعد منظمة إدارة الأصول الذكية على سبيل المثال. البلدية، الأشغال العامة، المترو، النقل، الجامعات والمنفعة تسعى لتوفير المستدامة، المتجددة & أمب؛ والخدمات الخضراء لمجتمعهم على النحو الأمثل.

ولتحقيق أفضل أداء، يبدأ اتباع نهج متكامل لتحسين استخدام أصولك وصيانتها من خلال التصميم المفاهيمي، والاستمرار من خلال إيقاف التشغيل وإيقاف تشغيله. مع الحفاظ على أصولها بطريقة فعالة من حيث التكلفة.

Vision, Operating and maintenance strategies
Organizational & management structure
Resource & Staffing requirements
WBS PWS Work control/planning
Support, Maintenance inventory
Training plan & maintenance
BOOT, plan, Start up and commissioning, decommissioning plan
KPI to include Executive dashboards, ROI, TOI with performance baselines and targets

الرؤية، استراتيجيات التشغيل والصيانة
الهيكل التنظيمي والإداري
متطلبات الموارد والموظفين
وبس بوس التحكم في العمل / التخطيط
الدعم، جرد الصيانة
خطة التدريب والصيانة
بوت، خطة، البدء والتشغيل، خطة وقف التشغيل
كبي لتشمل لوحات التنفيذية، عائد الاستثمار، توا مع خطوط أساس الأداء والأهداف

Annual Debt Payment Definition: The dollar amount that must be paid each year towards retiring existing debt.
Annual Operating Expenses Definition: Total annual cost of operating and maintaining the water or wastewater utility service. This does not include savings or future draws from capital savings accounts.
Asset Definition: A component of a facility with an independent physical and functional identity and age (e.g., pump, motor, sedimentation tank, main).
Asset Category Definition: Where the asset best fits within your system (e.g., source water, distribution or collection), for organizational purposes.
Asset Inventory Definition: A list of assets with details about each (installation date, original cost, condition and such). Also known as an asset register.
Asset Management Definition: A process for maintaining a desired level of customer service at the best appropriate cost.
Asset Name Definition: The name of the technology or equipment that is used for your system to properly function (for example, “5th Street Pumping Station”). See Asset.
Asset Register Definition: See Asset Inventory.
Asset Status Definition: This is how your utility views an asset. Assets can be active (most assets), not in use or a future investment. You would designate an asset a “future investment” if you would like it added to your capital improvement plan.
Asset Type Definition: The asset’s functional purpose for a specific asset category (for example, intake structure, pumping station, transmission main, storage tank and the like).
Associated Asset Definition: Assets that are directly related to a primary asset’s function.
Associated Location Definition: A location that complements an associated asset.
Capital Improvement (Expense) Definition: Funds required for the future purchase, repair or alteration to or for an asset, structure or major pieces of equipment.
Capital Improvement Program Plan Definition: A plan that projects and assesses which projects (including asset improvements, repairs, replacements and such) need to be completed in the future. Acronym: CIP Plan
Capital Reserve Contribution Definition: Funds set aside to fund capital improvements (i.e., future purchase, repair and/or alteration to or for an asset, structure or major pieces of equipment).
Cash On Hand Definition: The amount of cash that is available to the system within a 24 hour period.
Condition Definition: The current condition, in your opinion, of an asset based on age and physical functionality (ranging from poor to excellent).
Consequence of Failure Definition: The real or hypothetical results associated with the failure of an asset.
Debt Payment Definition: The dollar amount that must be paid each year toward paying down or retiring existing debt.
Debt Service Coverage Ratio Definition 1: DSCR = Debt Service Coverage Ratio = Net Income / Total Debt Definition 2: The debt ratio measures the amount of debt being used by the organization. A ratio of 0.6 means that 60% of operations have been financed with debt and the remaining 40% has been financed by equity. Acronym: DSCR
Emergency Reserve Contribution Definition: Funds set aside for unexpected repairs and replacements. CUPSS recommends that utilities work towards an emergency reserve balance of 25% of its annual operating expenses.
Expected Useful Life Definition: The average amount of time, in years, that a system or component is estimated to function when installed new.
Expense Definition: Money spent by the utility to continue its ongoing operations.
Expense Ratio Definition 1: Expense Ratio = Operating Expense / Total Expense Definition 2: The expense ratio measures the amount of operating expenses compared to total expenses. A high ratio indicates that most expenditures are for operations – leaving the remaining balance for non-operating costs (such as debt service, capital improvements, etc.). If the non-operating balance is small, then the utility is not likely to meet all of its capital-related expenses, which could cause the system to deteriorate more rapidly.
Financial Assets Definition: Intangible assets such as cash and bank balances.
Growth Definition: The amount, as a percent, a community’s demand for water or wastewater treatment has increased or decreased. This value is used to adjust future revenues and expenses.
Inflation Definition: The anticipated rate of increase in the price level of goods and services.
Interest Rate Definition: A rate which is charged or paid for the use of money. Note: Do not include a percentage sign.
Level of Service Definition: The characteristics of system performance such as “how much”, “of what nature”, and “how frequently”, with regard to the system’s service.
Liabilities Definition: The financial obligations for which the utility is responsible.
Maintained According to Factory Recommendation Definition: The frequency of routine maintenance as recommended by the manufacturer.
Operating Expenses Definition: Total annual cost of operating and maintaining the water or wastewater utility service. This does not include savings or future funds withdrawal from capital savings accounts. Operating expenses include maintenance, equipment, salaries, wages, benefits, supplies, chemicals, contracts, utilities, monitoring, testing, emergency, rent, mortgage, insurance, services, training costs, billing costs, fees, and security costs.
Operating Ratio Definition 1: Operating Ratio = Operating Revenue / Operating Expense Definition 2: The operating ratio demonstrates the relationship between operating revenues and operating expenses. A high ratio indicates that the organization has operating efficiency by keeping expenses low relative to revenue.
Original Cost Definition: The amount paid for the initial purchase of an asset.
Probability Of Failure Definition: The chance an asset will fail based on the percent of effective life consumed and redundancy.
Redundancy Definition: Spare assets that have the ability to do the same job, if a failure of the primary asset were to occur.
Replacement Cost Definition: How much will it cost to replace the asset, if required today?
Revenue Definition: Funds earned by the system through the sale of water or by other means.
Revenue Surplus/Deficit Definition: The difference between the total cost of doing business and the funds received from fees, loans, and grants, and interest earned from any accounts. If the result is zero or greater, the utility is taking in enough money to fully recover its costs and have a surplus. If the result is less than zero, the utility will not cover all costs and therefore will have a deficit.
Risk Definition: The potential for realization of unwanted adverse consequences or events.
Routine Maintenance Cost Definition: How much does it cost for a single routine maintenance activity to be performed on the asset?
Sales Ratio Definition 1: Sales Ratio = Sales / Total Revenue Definition 2: The sales ratio measures the percentage of total revenue that is made up of sales from operations. A low ratio indicates that the organization is overly reliant on outside funding.
Savings Withdrawal Definition: A fixed amount of money removed from the savings account of the utility to help pay for capital improvement items or other planned or unplanned maintenance.
Total Annual Cost Of Doing Business Definition: The total annual operating expenses plus the required total annual reserve contributions to reserve funds.
Total Debt Definition: Total Debt = Debt from Loans + Lease and Mortgage
Training Costs Definition: Costs associated with continued education, conferences, and certifications for supporting staff. This could include travel, paid hours during training, food and lodging.