Transportation Maintenance Management System
As a leading provider of maintenance services to the Rail and Metro markets we need management systems to support you.
One of our core systems is our Transportation Maintenance Management System (TRAMMS), a fully integrated asset management system, designed and developed by us specifically for the transportation market. TRAMMS tracks and reports on all maintenance activities and it is fully web enabled and configurable to meet your individual requirements.
The user friendly customer portal allows open access to live information on faults: from reporting, through diagnosis and repair, allocation and management of field engineers and generation of management information. You'll see what we see, demonstrating our belief in complete transparency of information.
Whilst TRAMMS plays a fundamental role in the management of reactive maintenance work, this is only one of its many uses. When integrated with our Asset Condition Monitoring system, preventative maintenance is revolutionised through the ability to gather intelligence on asset condition and performance, enabling the accurate prediction of maintenance requirements.
- Web enabled
- Configurable to meet customers’ requirements
- Customer portal – allows the customer to get updates on faults, run reports, text updates
- Key monitoring and reporting to support whole life management
- Monitoring and management of competency to ensure engineers have the correct safety and technical accreditation for each job
- Management of employee hours against the working time directive
- Engineer Portal – enables engineers in the field to access via smartphones or tablets
- Provides access to key documentation – pictures, engineer reports etc. can be uploaded and stored
- Asset Database – all assets are tracked and asset performance monitored, as part of a reliability centred maintenance approach
TRAMMS underpins many of our rail contracts, including LU JNP, LU TPS, Alstom, Train Operating Companies, South West Trains, First Great Western, Greater Anglia, Merseyrail and Northern Rail.