Asset Management System

There are many barriers in managing capital assets effectively throughout their lifetime. One of the most formidable roadblocks is the silo-thinking.

In recent years, as companies begin to think more strategically about their assets, demand for a more integrated approach has steadily increased.

Furthermore, rising asset cost and complexity have resulted in a surge in operational and financial risk, such as consequences of catastrophic failure. In turn, this has intensified pressure from shareholders and regulatory bodies to improve lifecycle costing and reporting.

  • Vmoksha’s Asset Management System (AMSYS) is a comprehensive solution to manage your fixed, rolling and other assets effectively
  • Some of its key features are:
    • Web based: Web based solution accessible from within the intranet or internet
    • Secure: Ensuring access to only authorized personnel
    • Scalable: Ability to implement the solution for multiple divisions / locations
    • Configurable: Enabling customization and changes to the business rules by means of configurable validations
    • Minimal Infrastructure: Resulting in minimal capital expenditure on hardware and software
    • Analysis and Reporting: The product comes with some standard analysis and reporting features. Additional analyses and reporting can be easily incorporated as per the customer’s requirement
    • Documents Management: Managing asset-related documents (storage, retrieval)
    • Comprehensive Coverage: Wide range of Asset Classes, Acquisition Modes & Fund Sources
  • The asset lifecycle has eight main stages:
    • Strategy / Plan: Long term capital plan that includes replacement of aging assets, as well as new assets that accommodates growth and an ever-changing strategic plan for overall corporation
    • Design: Execution of Stage 1 plan begins with the design phase, where internal and external engineering resources are responsible for the design of new or replacement assets
    • Build / Procure / Acquire: Once stakeholders accept a design, the asset is built, purchased or acquired through the efforts of the procurement department using external vendors
    • Installation: Internal engineering, operations and maintenance resources work with external vendors to install and test the asset
    • Operation: This stage provides the greatest source of revenue, and ultimately, the return on capital employed. It’s the longest and most expensive stage in an asset lifecycle
    • Maintenance: During the Operation stage maximum availability, reliability and performance of the assets at minimal cost is desired
    • Modification / refurbishment: From time to time, a business need or technology change precipitates a modification to the assets by engineering, maintenance or an external vendor
    • Disposal: When an asset is no longer satisfying the needs of the business in a cost effective manner or is at the end of its useful life then the assets are retired The asset lifecycle has eight main stages:


  • The Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for an asset is much higher than the purchase price.
  • As shown in the figure below, almost 80% of the lifecycle cost is incurred during Operate, Maintain, and Modify / Refurbish stages





  • Manage unlimited Asset Type
  • Manage unlimited Assets with date of purchase, amount of asset and other properties
  • Manage Department, Sub-department, Cost-center, Location
  • Manage Employee, Vendor and Customer master
  • Manage AMC
  • Manage Asset properties
  • Manage Asset Issue / return
  • Manage Product History
  • Manage Asset Sale or loss
  • Generate Reports
  • Product Purchase Vendor Wise
  • Product Stock Details
  • Employee Asset Write off Details
  • Product History of Issue/Return
  • Employee History of Issue/Return
  • Calculate Depreciation
  • User Management