Nexgen Ready

NEXGEN Ready:
Mobile Asset Management Software

What happens when “uh-oh” comes calling for you?

In a world where every organization is one bad circuit breaker away from disaster, NEXGEN is more than a mobile asset management system. We’re your strategic technology partner, risk mitigator, and lightning rod.

NEXGEN gives you the comprehensive mobile asset management solution to evolve to predictive asset management. With the most advanced tools on the enterprise mobile asset management market, you’re thwarting costly asset failures well before they can happen. Track assets, evaluate asset performance, and access asset data in one handy mobile app.

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Mobile Asset Management

Industry-leading mobile asset management software equips your organization with real-time situational awareness, data-driven insights, and intuitive reporting functionality. It’s never been easier to holistically assess, diagnose, and capital plan for the deterioration hiding inside your facilities.

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Contractor Portal

NEXGEN’s digitally-transformed Contractor Portal enables contractors to quickly and easily perform simple transactions and communicate through our mobile-friendly web portal.

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Maintenance Management

The integration of NEXGEN’s Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and EAM software provides a proactive, future-forward mobile asset management too that extends asset life cycles.

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Nexgen Mobile

NEXGEN asset management for mobile devices extends our technology to the field, providing remote real-time access to your organization’s entire asset database through mobile maintenance apps.

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Lake and forest

“NEXGEN’s proprietary software supports [our] long-term asset management goals with asset lifecycle planning, funding forecasts, risk analysis, and capital improvement program scenario planning. These tools aid in critical decision-making for maintenance, rehabilitation, and replacement of our drainage and water supply assets.”

MICHAEL L. PETERSON, DIRECTOR OF WATER RESOURCES, SACRAMENTO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES