Take Control with MentorAPM Asset Management
As a water and/or wastewater utility manager there’s a lot riding on you and your team. You’re accountable for maintaining critical infrastructure while living up to community and regulator expectations. That’s a tall order. Make sure your asset management plan looms just as large.
What MentorAPM Does
MentorAPM is a one-two combo of Asset Performance + Work Management software that makes managing your critical infrastructure, well, more manageable. Designed for the whole utility, it provides a single source of truth for asset information, which helps you establish a line of sight from the top of the agency to your field crews to get everyone on the same page. And, best of all, it gives you a roadmap of what’s truly a priority versus the time and expense that goes into putting out fires.
Who We Are
We don’t take ourselves too seriously, but your asset management challenges, now that’s a different story. That’s because we’ve been there. In fact, we have more than half a century of combined experience working with asset-intensive industries and utilities. Whether you’re moving past pen and paper or have a legacy system causing you sleepless nights, we can team up with you to build an efficient and agile organization that knows where it’s headed.
What We Deliver
The Mojave Water Agency (MWA) is responsible for ensuring a stable and sustainable water supply for the High Desert region in San Bernardino County. Its projects cover a service area of approximately 4,900 square miles and include facilities for delivering and storing water from the State Water Project.
Leading edge asset management software solutions provider MentorAPM has been selected to provide and implement a complete Computerized Maintenance Management Solution (CMMS) for Alexandria Renew Enterprises (AlexRenew), Alexandria, Virginia’s wastewater treatment provider.
Supporting the City of Santa Monica on its mission to water self-sufficiency by 2023, MentorAPM has been selected to provide an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system for the City’s Water Resources Division and the Sustainable Water Supply Program.