These pages are currently under  Re-Construction in order to showcase the new and existing features of our Guardian Asset and Maintenance Management Software:


u  The use of mobile devices such as Smartphones and Tablets, provide the ability to

ü  capture pictures

ü  display instructions, manuals and/or safety instructions

ü  count and adjust inventory

ü  dictate notes.

u  GUARDIAN is scalable and flexible for one can add modules or Users at any time.

u  Can be implemented for a single User or in an Enterprise environment.

u  Detailed management analysis of in-house labor, contract labor, parts and services since all transactions are retained.

u  Over 250 standard Reports to choose from

u  Opportunity Maintenance:  Take advantage of an unplanned shutdown and perform pending Work Orders and PM’s on related equipment and/or facilities.

u  Manage Work Orders for Projects, Emergency, Safety and/or Planned events.

u  Lower inventory costs by stocking only the parts that you need.

u  Control purchases by Managing Approvals either on-line or remotely

u  Safety Management:  create safety procedures, audit them and then attach them to Work Orders

u  Ad hoc reporting tools that allow both Managers and Users to easily retrieve data, produce reports and distribute them in a paperless world.  


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Web Based Applications

Use Your Web Browser to Access GUARDIAN
Allow Users from Remote Sites Access to the System
Web-Based Work Requests
Web Based Purchase Requests (Nov 2002)
Web Based Inquiries (Nov 2002)

Everyone can use a Web Browser. Now you can take advantage of these skills by using the Web components available through GUARDIAN.  The Web-Based Work Request system allows you to put a link to the Work Request screen on your company intranet home page so that it is available to everyone in your organization. Each user that you want to grant access to the system will be assigned a login and password and they will then be able to submit Work Requests to the Maintenance department. Maintenance personnel will then review the new requests and either turn them into a GUARDIAN work order, or deny the request. Either way, the originator is kept informed by the system of the status of their request. When turning requests into work orders, maintenance personnel can:

  • Select the work order numbering series
  • Select the status to be assigned to the new work order
  • Select the equipment that the work order is to be performed against. (the originator can also do this, but most originators probably don't know the exact equipment to specify when creating their request)
  • Edit and add to the work description
  • Specify a trade to complete the work order

If you are using Work Order Approvals in the system, you will be prompted for any approval codes required to create the work order.

This is a great tool for any Maintenance department - especially Facilities Managers!