Whether you are a local council or federal government department, you will have in your care a vast number of public assets that are used to service and maintain to benefit the community.
Managing these assets can have its challenges and without an effective system in place to monitor and maintain these assets, undoubtedly you will experience a number of issues. Unwanted downtime, shortened asset lifecycles, unsuccessful planning, scheduling and budgeting headaches, to name a few.
The challenge is finding a system that’s versatile enough to work with your processes. Be it a fleet of vehicles or facilities, MEX can help you stay on top of every step in your maintenance process.
MEX is a great tool to develop effective maintenance practices to help build a defence against the impact of downtime. Government entities can avoid this by going paperless with MEX.
MEX is an all in one system! Every piece of data you’ve ever needed is stored in one central location that can be accessed by anyone (with assigned security).
With MEX you can setup usage based automatic work orders on all equipment. Maximise uptime and minimise repair costs with thanks to an effective Preventative Maintenance Plan.
MEX gives you regular service capabilities by allowing users to conduct periodic asset audits or inspections ensuring you are in compliance with OHS Standards.
Government entities have a large workforce. By giving them the tools to request maintenance, MEX allows for work to be easily collated, assigned and carried out with relative ease.
With a comprehensive data history for all reporting policies and quality controls procedures available, MEX allows for budgets to be forecasted and to justify increases or cost cutting.
Clarence Valley is situated at the southern end of the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia. The Clarence Valley Council was formed in 2004 and services an area of 10,400 square kilometres with an estimated population of 49,665 people. The Council currently uses MEX predominantly to manage their water and sewer assets.
Port Stephens Council is located in the Hunter region of New South Wales approximately 200km north of Sydney with an estimated population of over 70, 000. FleetMEX was implemented across all levels from the Fleet Manager down to the Workshop Leading Hand to capture whole of life maintenance records for each and every vehicle in their fleet.
Reduce maintenance expenses and enable greater productivity with the MEX Maintenance Software.