Singapore – August 01, 2010 – Anacle Systems today announced that Keppel Seghers has selected Keppel FMO to implement the Anacle Enterprise Asset Manager (Anacle.EAM) to facilitate the management and maintenance of assets for all plants worldwide under its management, starting with the Tuas Waste-to-Energy Plant and Senoko Waste-to-Energy Plant.
Keppel Seghers is a leading provider of comprehensive environmental solutions ranging from consultancy, design and engineering, technology and construction to operations and maintenance of facilities. Their advanced technology solutions address a wide spectrum of environmental issues such as solid waste, wastewater, drinking & process water, biosolids & sludge.
When implemented, Anacle.EAM will be responsible for supporting the asset, maintenance, inventory and procurement management needs of Keppel Seghers.
About Anacle Systems
Anacle Systems provides Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Energy Management solutions for multiple vertical industries including commercial real estate, healthcare, oil & gas, petrochemical, government, pharmaceutical, and discrete and process manufacturing. Anacle’s products are well trusted by leading global brands such as Singapore Airlines and Keppel Corporation. Based out of Singapore, Anacle Systems is supported by an extensive global network of established partners. For more information, please visit http://www.anacle.com, or call (65) 6316 9712.
About Keppel FMO
Keppel FMO Pte Ltd is a leading provider of integrated facilities management (FM), property management, operation and maintenance, and FM consultancy services. Keppel FMO operates across a wide spectrum of industries and markets, including aviation, healthcare, education, government, mission-critical commercial and transportation facilities. As a subsidiary of Keppel Integrated Engineering (in turn a subsidiary of Keppel Corp), Keppel FMO has more than 20 years of facilities management track record. Keppel FMO offers its client reliable support and proven expertise in managing their mission-critical facilities and operations.