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Cartegraph OMS Functionality Overview

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Asset Information

  • Choose from 65+ pre-defined asset types
  • Supports any asset type and attribution
  • Maintains a complete asset history
  • Allows for customized asset inspections
  • Ability to aggregate assets into containers, accumulating costs and calculating overall condition for the container
  • Honors linked asset relationships, such as water and sewer network assets
  • Ability to run spatial analysis queries against other assets and/or Esri features
  • Allows for unlimited attachments of any file type

Service Request Management

  • Works with internal and external requests
  • Organizes multiple requesters inside a single request record for cleaner data management
  • Ability to associate a request to an asset
  • Ability to create a task based on a request
  • Integrates with any Open311 compliant software

Maintenance Management

  • Manages tasks and work orders
  • Work order overview header shows rolled-up cost for every record
  • Ability to associate multiple work activities to a single request
  • Ability to create preventative maintenance tasks for any asset based on condition, time, and usage
  • Includes robust Notifications Manager for new requests, new work, all work completed for a request, and citizen notifications

Reports

  • Includes easy-to-use report designer with interactive web viewing
  • Allows multiple record sets on a single report
  • Includes summary and detail reports for each asset
  • Ability to print barcodes, add charts, and include attachments

Mapping

  • ArcGIS maps are fully integrated into the application
  • Includes easy access to measure and selection tools, as well as spatial analysis tools
  • Works with ArcGIS Online Maps or ArcGIS Server for Windows published map

Mobile Capabilities

  • User-friendly apps developed specifically for field professionals
    • Cartegraph One app for iPhone and Android
    • Cartegraph for iPad app
  • Ability to collect assets, complete work, and log resources on-the-go
  • Ability to view assets and tasks on a mobile map
  • Ability to edit GIS database from the field through ArcGIS integration
  • Includes live connection to database from the field
  • As work is completed, impact is immediately represented in asset condition and remaining life
  • Ability to vet requests, create tasks for the affected asset, and assign tasks from the field (iPad only)
  • Ability to view assigned tasks in an optimized route fashion (iPad only)
  • Ability to generate an optimized task list route based on the top 5, 10, 25, or 50 Tasks according to the current filter and sort (iPad only)
  • Ability to work in Offline mode (iPad only)

Security

  • Includes role-based user management tools
  • Ability to share view layouts among common users

GIS Integration

  • Seamless two-way GIS Integration standard
  • One-way work integration from Cartegraph to ArcGIS

System Architecture

  • Web-based Architecture 
  • Front-end: HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Back-end: C#,.NET
  • Less maintenance burden on IT
  • Database: MS SQL 2012, 2012R2, or 2014
  • One-step single-machine software update

Licensing

  • Named User

User Interface

  • Includes a map on almost every page
  • Gadgets on the home screen display summary data and roll up information 
  • Ability to create custom views for each user according to their preferences
  • Ability to adjust map and list views using layers and filters
  • Includes Form and Record level persistence
  • Consistent layout and functionality throughout the application
  • Overview header information in work orders shows rolled up cost for every record
  • Overview header information in assets shows rolled up cost of every record plus current condition and remaining life

Integrations

  • Web-based Integration API
  • Easy-to-use export tools directly to Excel with no need to generate reports
  • Manual/Scheduled import and export
  • Supports basic data processing operations on import/export. For example, concatenation, addition, subtraction, etc.

 

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