Missouri Department of Conservation

BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

We implemented VUEWorks to incorporate best management practices to accommodate maintenance, reporting and other operational user needs for various Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) assets, including pumps, valves, fish hatcheries and road networks. Through VUEWorks, the MDC can perform tasks in an organized, systematic manner for more predictable results and better controlled processes.

The Challenge

To implement a web-based asset management program that incorporates best practices and can accommodate maintenance, reporting and user needs for a wide variety of assets, using the existing knowledge base and data elements already available.

THE TECHNOLOGY

Our team worked with MDC staff to design and deliver a configured solution to incorporate very specific requirements. By building out facility templates for each conservation area, the client team will be able to track, maintain and report on all assets.

THE RESULTS

The system provides both field and office users with the ability to accommodate maintenance, reporting and other operational user needs for dozens of asset types and also enables MDC to have tasks performed in an organized, systematic manner so that predictable results and service levels can be achieved and processes better controlled.

1,000 conservation areas under management
1 million acres of land
Estimated asset value of $1.6 billion
1,350 total employees
5-year implementation plan