The palace of the Maharajah, Mullewapp and CAFM

The palace of the Maharajah, Mullewapp and CAFM

Hannover Adventure Zoo has appointed IMSWARE for management and maintenance of its themed worlds, buildings, green spaces, IT and technology. The zoo is awarded the CAFM solution the costs around Yukon Bay, Mullewapp, the Maharajah's Palace and Co, improve processes and further increase occupational and operational safety.

Zoos are highly complex facilities with a wide variety of buildings, diverse services and sophisticated technical equipment. In this environment, IMSWARE now gets to play out its many possibilities. The Hannover Adventure Zoo selected the system from a group of five suppliers after careful consideration.

In the first step, Hannover Adventure Zoo will Maintenance, Maintenance, green care and cleaning control and analyse with the software. In the future, fleet, service clothing and space management in view.

"The ease of use of the ticket system, the implementation concept tailored to us and the future orientation of the programme tipped the scales in favour of IMSWARE," says Andreas M. Casdorff, Managing Director of Zoo Hannover GmbH. The decision in favour of the system was made in autumn 2016. In January 2017, the implementation began. dates lined.

"We are pleased that after a relatively short time we can already productively use this complex system in the ticketing area," says Casdorff on today's go-live. First usable data on the optimization of processes and the evaluation of costs he expects in about six months.

IMSWARE is in the zoo as Client-server system installed in-house, the connected Cloud-solution IMSWARE.GO! gives zoo workers and contractors targeted access to orders and the documents they need for their work. Zoo employees also have access to a maintenance app and a helpdesk.

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