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Massey University moves to asset management

Massey University moves to asset management

Massey University is seeking a vendor to implement a maintenance management system at its Palmerston North campus in addition to a national asset management system.

According to tender documents released this week, the University has been looking to move towards full enterprise asset management for some time.

The aim is to achieve timelier planning information, asset procurement, development, maintenance and reporting processes.

Vendors will need to provide two prices. The first will be for the enterprise asset management system and the second for the implementation of the maintenance management at Palmerston North.

The deadline for replies is Friday, July 24. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 26580.


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