wiki:features
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Features

For those serious about using gnuMims, the feature reference and usage recommendations.
As always feel free to contact us for any questions or usage consultation.

Assets

The reason for gnuMims' existence is asset management and as such comprehensive asset management is the primary goal.

  • Asset tree view.
  • Link, modify and copy as required.
  • Site, Section, Department, Asset, Sub Item (multiple levels).
  • Maintenance actions and life plan management.
  • Custom Extended Attributes.
  • CSV import and export of asset tree.

Tasks

Assets require maintenance, to get maintenance actually done tasks must be created, planned and assigned.
Predictive, preventative, scheduled and callout/breakdown maintenance are primary features.

  • Scheduled recurring tasks.
  • Task procedures.
  • Sub Tasks.
  • Target dates, priority and grouping.
  • Multiple fault, cause and work done entries per task.
  • Group and person assignment with estimated time allowance.

Inventory

Advanced inventory management is a major requirement to keep any asset working.

  • Finding and booking out inventory items.
  • Picture and storage location.
  • Direct links to multiple alternate items.
  • Direct links to spares for an asset.
  • Movement tracking.
  • Purchase tracking.
  • Manufacturer and Supplier details.
  • Rotables support, see ticket #61.
  • CSV import and export of inventory.

Reporting

GnuMims helps to collect data efficiently and then turn that raw data into useful information.

Security

Developed as a web application with high security standards.

  • Role based permissions.
  • Assign user or manager roles to Task, Inventory or Asset domains.
  • Security issue tickets are separately tracked and responded to with high priority.
  • CSV import of users and roles.

Administration

Application administration is all done within the application.