I have been working on a Functional Specification for an "ideal" Asset Management System over the past few days, and I was wondering if anyone out there has already developed something similar?
GCCC spent lots of time and efforts to develop functional requirements for Enterprise Resource Planning solution with one of its core module being Asset Management. You may like to contact John Gorman on GCCC switch board, if they are happy to share (there might be IP issues).
I was partly involved, when I was with Gold Coast City Council, but do not have all documentation with me any more.
Program Leader - Road Asset Management
Logan City Council
Thanks, Ashish. I will contact John.
I reckon one of the big advantages of sharing knowledge publicly, is that if you ever move Councils, all of your previous work isn't lost to you.
I believe if everyone who moved Councils could more easily access documents and information they created at their previous Council, every Council would be a winner.
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Do you know if anyone has ever gotten close to an AMS with the kind of functionality listed in the Functional Specification page?
I suspect a lot of Asset Management Systems around now would be capable of doing 90% of the things identified in the spec. Like a lot of things on the site, I was hoping that others would contribute to it and improve it over time, but it hasn't had much done to it in a long while. Still, I hope it is at least a good checklist for anyone thinking of developing their own specification.
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