Peregrine unveils suite assets

Peregrine Systems is rolling out a new property asset management system and a new fleet management suite at its annual user...

Peregrine Systems is rolling out a new property asset management system and a new fleet management suite at its annual user conference.

The new property asset management system allows users to maximise the value of existing workspace by ensuring that their property portfolio matches their business need, said Nancy Sanist, director of real estate and facility management at Peregrine.

The suite supports contract and project management. It also offers integrated business intelligence and workflow management.

"You can drive down the cost of owning and operating a property by eliminating unnecessary expenditures," Sanist said. "You can reduce the total asset costs by effectively managing all contracts and processes. You can get from a 15% to 20% improvement in productivity."

For example, the system can provide a view of the space available to enable a customer to make informed decisions on how space should be used and the cost of use.

The new Transportation 5.0 is an integrated suite for fleet, rail, and equipment asset and maintenance management designed to allow companies to reduce operational expenses by streamlining processes such as work orders, fuel transactions, and inventory management. In addition, the new suite allows companies to manage their maintenance schedules more effectively, said Meg Davis, Peregrine's director of product marketing for transportation products.

"Our customers across a variety of industries have the ability to use multiple products [and] run them off the same database, reducing their database administration time," she said. "It reduces their training time and makes them more productive overall. The ROI is in reducing inventory costs, reducing labour costs, and increasing warranty recovery."

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