WebDPW™ by BMSI (Business Management Systems Inc.) is a complete maintenance management solution for organizations seeking a way to automate their service process. With WebDPW, users can quickly manage technicians, generate work orders, create invoices, and capably manage company assets, equipment, projects, and inventory.
Because the system is web-based, it's accessible from anywhere with Internet access, and comes fully integrated with Google Maps, so it's easier to stay on top of technicians, travel time, pending work orders, and more.
All critical information is stored electronically, eliminating time-consuming and error-prone paperwork while also providing instant, real-time access to the most accurate asset, project, maintenance, and invoicing data.
WebDPW was designed to simplify the maintenance management process from beginning to end. In addition to ensuring longer asset life with asset management, the software provides robust capabilities for predictive and preventive maintenance, fleet maintenance, inventory management, work order management powerful reporting.
It's GIS capable, and also offers features for FEMA tracking and risk assessments. It integrates easily with the BMSI Fund Accounting system, as well as other accounting software packages.
This solution is suited for a variety of municipal government entities, including towns, cities, and villages, as well as building code enforcement agencies, utilities, public works, and more.
Christopher from Town of Milan
The WEBDPW software is an easy to use Web based product that doesn't cost a lot to get into. We are a small town with not a huge number of assets to track so for us it has been a good fit. I could see a larger municipality wanting to do use something that may have a little more flexibility.
The reporting for the software is a little daunting for the average user, it is fully customizable but only if you know sql, so for your average highway superintendent or town clerk it really does not work well. They would have to stick to the present made reports.
The user manual could have some more tutorials, but if you get hung up and can't figure something out the support staff is very helpful.
All in all a good product for a small municipality.