Through a competitive bid process, the City of Garden Grove has selected Nobel Systems to provide an Enterprise Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). Nobel’s GeoViewer CMMS platform will assist the city’s public works department in managing, monitoring, and tracking all city-owned assets.
The GeoViewer Online and Mobile solutions will allow Garden Grove’s public works department to manage the city’s assets’ entire lifecycle, including maintenance and capital investments, and help improve customer service.
“Nobel Systems is eager and looking forward to our new partnership with the City of Garden Grove,” said CEO and President Michael Samuel.
How Nobel Systems’ GeoViewer CMMS Works
Like most municipalities and utility districts, Garden Grove faced aging utility infrastructure and costly repairs, and compliance with current and future regulations. City directors understood the importance of implementing innovative technology to meet these challenges.
The public works department sought a modernized CMMS solution that offered the latest technology and the flexibility to streamline existing processes, reduce carbon footprint, and improve mobility to crews. It also needed to implement preventative maintenance and improve reporting at all levels to support more effective planning and decision making.
Nobel’s GeoViewer CMMS software will help the City of Garden Grove to centralize maintenance information and facilitate operations, tracking and monitoring vital assets, equipment, material, and labor costs. It will also help optimize the lifecycle of assets and improve the delivery of safe and clean water to its citizens.
Contact Nobel Systems to learn more about GeoViewer.