Supply Asset Management Software to University of Bristol

Supply Asset Management Software to University of Bristol

The outcomes of implementing an asset management system will be: Asset tracking, management and identification for ENGF’s assets.

Contract summary

Industry

  • Inventory management software package – 48430000

Location of contract

South West

Value of contract

£50k

Published date

01 May 2019

Closing date

13 May 2019

Contract start date

10 June 2019

Contract end date

09 June 2022

Contract is suitable for SMEs?

Yes

Contract is suitable for VCSEs?

No

 

Description

The University of Bristol’s Faculty of Engineering (ENGF) owns and continues to procure many items of equipment, plant and related technical assets in its laboratories and workshops over multiple sites. Assets vary in scale and complexity (large industrial test machines to microscopes and electronic test equipment) with some having associated statuary obligations (e.g. portable appliances, lifting gear and pressure vessels), servicing requirements and calibration requirements. ENGF wishes to implement a single asset management system.
The outcomes of implementing an asset management system will be:
– Asset tracking, management and identification for ENGF’s assets.
– A single repository, by item, of service records, calibration records and maintenance activities.
– Quick and simple interrogation of asset data, at the asset, by users.
– Scheduling of planned maintenance activities and use of the system to plan maintenance budgets, works and related activities.
– Record training and competence of users for some assets.
– Allow ENGF to have a holistic view of its assets and use asset management data to evidence decisions and inform action regarding the management of its assets.

 

About the buyer

Address

Augustine’s Courtyard
Bristol
BS1 5DS
England

Email

jb18629@bristol.ac.uk

 

Other information

Attachments

All documents are available at:

https://tenders.bris.ac.uk

 

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided, or follow the instructions given in the notice description or information section.

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