Public Works Information Management System- SoftTech Gov Inc
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ENABLING SMARTER MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC WORKS ORGANIZATIONS

 

From water to roads and fire safety, making every aspect of city management technology driven

Public Works Information Management System

Works Management

Public Works Information Management System (PWIMS™) is a web-based commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) application for managing all core functional processes across the project lifecycle including budgets, estimations, approval, e-tendering, contract management, monitoring and billing.

PWIMS™ overview

Public Works Information Management System

Who is it for?

PWIMS™ was developed based on the needs of organizations engaged in public works, public projects, procurement and maintenance of infrastructure assets such as roads, buildings, bridges, water works, and more. Such organizations include:

State- and Federal Public Works Departments

Housing Development Boards

Electricity Boards

Infrastructure Development Corporations

Municipal Corporations (Works Management Department)

Urban Development Authorities

Irrigation Departments

Public Sector Units (PSUs) with own works

Management organizations

Border Roads organization

National Highway Authorities

Defense Engineering Divisions

Irrigation and Water Works Department

Public Works Information Management System Advantages

Improved productivity

Alignment of roles to workflows and processes

Shifting emphasis from tasks to outcomes

Integrating all functions across the organization

Increased visibility and intelligence

Consolidating information from various points in the works procurement cycle

Providing both operational business intelligence and management insights

Effective Usage of Limited Resources

Automating standard processes significantly reduces manual work

Generating and tracking documentation throughout the life cycle

Leveraging single source of truth

Improved compliance and accountability

Automating approvals by designated authorities and maintaining an audit trail of all changes

Enforcing standardization through templates and promoting best practices