Heartland Enterprise Asset Management Solutions

Enterprise Asset Management

Heartland’s EAM solutions help forecast future infrastructure costs, cut maintenance overheads, and much more. 

Reduce Asset Loss, Improve Utilization & Lifetime Value

Tracking assets from purchase to disposal enables better utilization and reduces loss. Good asset tracking can also allow better maintenance planning and extend the life of assets. Enterprise asset management also allows you to better plan for obsolescence and replacement.

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Enterprise Asset Management Benefits


Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM)


Asset Cloud by WASP

Automate fixed asset tracking for improved check-in/check-out processes, faster auditing, and error-free reporting.

SOTI MobiControl

SOTI MobiControl is a leading EMM solution.

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Honeywell Workflow Solutions

Honeywell workforce and task management software solutions provide advanced data collection and analytics capabilities, enabling you to maximize your mobile workforce’s productivity while ensuring process compliance.

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Zebra Intelligent Edge Solutions

Intelligently connect your company’s assets, data and people in collaborative workflows. Sense what’s happening, analyze or anticipate the implication, and make best-action decisions in real time.




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Repair Management

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Spare Pool Management

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Mobile Device Management Support

Help Desk Management

Integrated Helpdesk

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Configure to Purpose


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Network Design & Engineering

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Network Diagnostics

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Structured Cabling and Installation

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Network Monitoring

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Post Installation Validation

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Site Survey

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Enterprise Asset Management
Frequently Asked Questions

What is enterprise asset management?

Enterprise asset management (EAM) involves tracking, monitoring, and managing physical assets throughout their lifecycle. Asset management tracks the location of physical assets, who they are assigned to within an organization, and their maintenance. Maintenance management includes planning, optimizing, executing, and monitoring maintenance activities.

What is enterprise asset management software?

EAM software tracks, monitors, and manages physical assets throughout their lifecycle. EAM software is beneficial to companies in asset-intensive industries such as manufacturing, construction, energy, and utilities.

EAM software tracks assets, locations and monitors usage, maintenance schedules, and costs across an organization.

What is physical asset management?

Physical asset management involves tracking, monitoring, and managing tangible fixed assets throughout their lifecycle. Physical asset management tracks asset location, who is assigned the asset, and maintenance of the asset. Maintenance management includes planning, optimizing, executing, and monitoring maintenance activities.

Why is physical asset management important?

Physical asset management is essential to an organization for the following reasons:

  • Prevents asset loss
  • Improves asset recovery
  • Improves asset allocation and usage
  • Extends asset life
  • Increase asset productivity
  • Reduces asset waste
What is asset management compliance?

When a regulatory body mandates standards specific to a business sector, businesses in those sectors need to adhere to the standards. Asset management systems collect the evidence an organization has complied with asset management regulations. Compliance helps organizations avoid penalties and fines from regulators.


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