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Atrium EAM

Enterprise Asset Management Software for the Building Lifecycle

Overview

Atrium EAM

Trimble’s Atrium EAM system uniquely addresses both the strategic and operational needs of property asset and facilities management. It focuses on helping organisations reduce cost, add value, manage risk and improve performance through better property and asset management.

Atrium EAM features 9 integrated but independent modules. The Portfolio module sits at the heart of the system and provides the single integrated database that is common to all the modules in both the Strategic and Operational parts of the system.

Atrium Benefits

  • Improve performance by making better informed, evidence-based decisions designed to meet your organisation's specific business objectives
  • Reduce cost by rationalising work programmes, improving supply chain management and evaluating progress throughout the operational life-cycle
  • Add value by understanding where to invest/divest and improving the Facilities Cost Index (FCI) of your estate
  • Mitigate risk by measuring past and present performance against future performance based on a range of scenarios you define

Features

Strategic Asset Investment Planning

The strategic part comprises Performance, Modelling, Forecasting and Programming. It enables your organisation to make evidence-based decisions to optimise asset performance aligned to your long-term corporate objectives - improving performance and lowering costs.

Operational Property & Asset Management

The operational part of the Atrium EAM suite comprises Estates, Assessment, Works and Occupancy. It provides a joined-up approach to the day-to-day management of your estate, increases operational efficiency by improving communication and accessibility, streamlines business processes, and ensures data reliability.

The Heart of the Atrium EAM System

Portfolio is an essential and integral part of both the Strategic and Operational elements of the Atrium EAM system. It can interface with third party systems, and is fully integrated with GIS, CAD, BIM, Email, Document Management and other system-wide features. Its flexible yet structured approach enables all types of property and assets to be managed more effectively by defining often complex organisational and ownership inter-relationships clearly and consistently.

Modules

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