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EAMWare - Shouldn't it just work?


EAMWare Enterprise Asset Management software company brings many decades of combined Asset Management experience to help your business get what you need from your asset management information system.


    EAMWare consultants have worked with many enterprise asset management software packages in many industries including aerospace, transportation, facilities, public utilities, power generation, transmission, and distribution, and manufacturing. We understand the technology and its application in making a business successful. Asset Management is your focus; you see its value; you know that if your assets are not maintained and/or not reliable it has a direct impact on your company’s ability to execute its primary mission.

    Software should not add a burden to your business, it should enhance it. Software should not require you to be a software engineer; you should focus on your assets and growing your company’s core business. Software implementation should not be a lifelong project, never ending meetings, excuses, and black hole budgets.

    EAMWare implementation process is engineered to make the most efficient and effective use of your software budget. Each step of the process is well defined with statements of work, budgets, and schedules. Even though each project is unique there are common implementation processes that can be applied to make each successful.

    EAMWare will develop an overall system engineering gate plan that requires your approval before passing through one gate to the next.

  • Gate 1. EAMWare starts with your goals, the end state, how you see the software fitting into your organization. We discuss options for scope and process from our experience and develop a vision and mission statement to guide our requirements definition, scope, scale, and complexity. With that vision and mission clearly defined we will discuss how that fits into your current operation, what it means to your schedule, your budget, and the lifecycle of your software program.

  • Gate 2. With your vision we will develop a plan that identifies approval authorities, outcomes, review resources, functional and technical resources, and maybe most important your executive sponsor.

  • Gate 3. Your vision will direct our requirements definition, schedule, and budget. We will develop a systems requirement document, a systems architecture diagram and document, a critical path schedule, a program communication plan, and a project budget.

  • Gate 4. Process model design is necessary to evaluate software processes and for recovering software process architectural views based on blueprint visualization. Three blueprint models used are: Task Blueprint, Role Blueprint and Work Product Blueprint. Your documented requirements and architecture will guide these system blueprints. Blueprinting serves to decompose your requirements and discover innovations as well as pitfalls of the plans. In blueprinting we will look at:

  • - The user interface
    - System interfaces
    - Reporting and business intelligence details
    - Processes and workflows
    - Task assignments
    - Role definitions – both program and functional
    - Units and activities of work associated with the implementation
  • Gate 5. Design specifications will be developed for all system integrations, reports, applications enhancements, and data conversions. These specifications will guide the developers and analysts in the detail of their activities. These specifications will be reviewed and approved by the implementation team and others as defined in the project plan.

  • Gate 6. A conference room pilot will give the implementation team an opportunity to demonstrate features, functionality, and completeness of vision to a core user and management community. Passing this gate will require an acceptance of direction, but may result in multiple walk throughs to incorporate the team’s input. Larger scale project may also have multiple conference room pilots for smaller components of the project.

  • Gate 7. System integration testing will validate that communications and data flow between systems is correct and accurate to the system design specification. The SIT will be approved as described in the project plan

  • Gate 8. User acceptance testing will be accomplished after development work is complete and will result in acceptance of a delivered project and give authorization to move the application to a production environment.