New Zealand Asset Management Support
(NAMS) has led the development of asset management best practice within New Zealand since 1995.
NAMS is a non-profit industry organisation that provides a hub through which industry professionals can both gain and distribute information on the latest developments in asset management.
NAMS Advanced Asset Management Forum Auckland 20/21 October 2014
The theme of this Forum is “Journey to Excellence"’. This theme challenges us to define the steps that we need to take both as individuals and as leaders in our organisations to achieve excellence in asset management practice. Excellence will take different shapes and forms depending on the vision that we have defined for asset management.
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Introducing the NAMS Property e-Manual
The NAMS Property e-Manual defines capital asset management as a proven process. It provides access to a tool kit that includes a web-based planning system, a guideline that describes the key principles and a range of files that can be downloaded from this web site. Cheap NFL Hats. Subscribers have full access to the e-Manual; interactive website and an online demonstration asset management system that gives you access to a full range of tactical functions and reporting.
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Quick Guide - Meeting ISO55001 Requirements for Asset Managers
NAMS are pleased to be able to offer this supplement free of charge. Please click here to download this supplement.
Other Asset Management Training
NAMS is an independent organisation that offers up-to-date training on all aspects of Asset Management. Shopping bag. Our courses are a great base to interact with colleagues from your industry that are facing the same challenges and to learn from our experts on ways to overcome some of the issues you are fronting.
To achieve our vision "Enhancing the well being of New Zealand communities through leadership of Asset Management" NAMS is supported through a partnership programme. NAMS would like to acknowledge all of its partners for their support.