What is an Asset Manager?
An Asset Manager is responsible for tracking and maintaining your organization's physical assets and equipment. These fixed assets could include vehicles, machinery, heavy equipment, buildings & structures, etc. The Asset Manager's vital responsibilities will include:
- Tracking the well-being of the assets
- Oversee equipment and machinery in multiple locations
- Lower maintenance costs
- Improve equipment longevity & usability
This Asset Manager Learning Path shows how to use Lightning to track:
- Equipment failures
- Unexpected downtime
- Safety issues & concerns
- Meet industry standards & expectations
Lots to Cover
ManagerPlus Lighting has over 16 modules and features with configurable settings for most of them.
Using the Pathways
At the top of every page, you will see your training pathway. It has been organized to ensure your success, and we strongly recommend you stay on the pathway.
However, should you choose to skip ahead, click on any of the markers on the pathway to jump to that section.
Hover over any of the pathway markers, to see the name of that article/video.
You can also advance and go back in sequence, by using the directional arrows at the top and bottom of each page of the training pathway
Let's get started
Let's continue down the Asset Manager pathway, by advancing to the next page entitled "Understanding the Different License Types."
After that, you'll dive right into an overview of Lightning's capabilities.