The Public Utilities Department has also seen substantial improvements and timesaving measures utilizing Cityworks Server AMS for asset and work management. Notable benefits they are experiencing include streamlining work, enhanced documentation, increased efficiency, and the ability to orchestrate and manage preventive maintenance. In addition, Cityworks has been very beneficial to the City Finance Director as departments are now able to provide actual dollar numbers on assets and work performed tracked in Cityworks. When setting annual budgets, they see real numbers instead of estimates, which is very valuable in budget planning.
“Cityworks provides Delaware with a system where we can input data and analyze it in a meaningful way to help improve processes,” summarizes Efland. “Cityworks has provided efficiency gains in many areas, and there is no doubt in my mind that it will continue to do so down the road and that we will find more and more ways to utilize the program.”
Read the full story on Delaware’s PLL implementation in the Spring 2011 edition of InPrint at https://www.cityworks.com/media/inprint/InPrintSpring11.pdf or view the Delaware Cityworks Video Spotlight at https://www.cityworks.com/media/spotlight.aspx.
The City of Delaware, located about 30 miles north of downtown Columbus, Ohio’s state capital, is the seat of Delaware County. As an independent community, Delaware retains its small-town qualities while benefiting from northward growth from the Columbus region. Delaware County has been the state’s fastest growing county for more than a decade and is among the top-20 fastest growing, wealthiest, and most educated areas in the nation.