Enterprise Lyxor Asset Management

Enterprise Lyxor Asset Management

Optimize your enterprise asset management activities with IBM Maximo

To manage assets, first of all, it is necessary to carry out their modeling. This is often complicated by the diversity of asset classes, which requires different controls. 

IBM Maximo is Vetasi’s best solution for enterprise lyxor asset managment. This solution provides a single repository for disparate asset source data, allowing you to capture all operational procedures, statuses, exceptions, maintenance requests, security procedures, SLAs, and financial transaction history associated with assets and transactions. Powerful analytics modules enable asset health monitoring and predictive maintenance. The Maximo solution was originally designed to cover the entire production cycle of enterprise asset management, and for more than 20 years has confidently held the position of a market leader. 

IoT-enabled Maximo provides advanced information and analysis tools to extract and model data for inclusion in daily decision-making processes through personalized digital cabinets, action lists, analytic work centers, reports, and Watson cognitive solutions.

Our custom accelerators are based on industry standardized templates for Maximo and enable clients to improve project delivery efficiency.  

Leading Service Provider Maximo  

Vetasi is the largest IBM Maximo implementation partner in the UK, Europe and Africa, and a major business partner of IBM. Vetasi is a provider of a full range of Maximo services, including:  

  1. Provision of software: perpetual, subscription and cloud solutions.
  2. Complex services for implementation and integration.
  3. Customer support.
  4. Training to work with Maximo.

Work experience around the world

Our team of international consultants includes highly qualified experts with decades of experience implementing and integrating IBM Maximo to solve the day-to-day challenges our clients face. 

Our customer support team is committed to the principle of “customer for life” and provides professional assistance in supporting personalized solutions for each client, using our consultants who are highly qualified and experienced in the industry. 

Composition and structure of assets

The resources of the company are different: they are distinguished by the form, scope, turnover, as well as the sources of their receipt and formation of value. There are several classifications of lyxor asset managment in terms of their importance to the company.

Assets in accounting

This classification implies the distribution of assets into two groups according to how they are reflected in the balance sheet – current and non-current. Circulating assets are not used in production for more than one year or one operating cycle if it exceeds a calendar year. During one cycle they are processed completely. They are considered the most liquid and are presented in the form of materials, stocks. This also includes cash.

Non-current – used for a long period, transferring its value to the cost of production in parts, gradually. These are fixed assets in the form of buildings, equipment, transport, intangible assets.

Asset form

The following classification implies division into groups according to form.

Material assets have a material form, they can be touched, measured. For example, manufactured finished products, office or warehouse space.

Intangible assets are represented as the results of intellectual work, other developments, computer programs, logos, etc.

Financial assets are cash and cash equivalents that are actually a means of payment.

Liquidity principle

In economics, it is customary to divide the company’s assets into 4 groups according to the degree of liquidity.

Absolutely liquid – money on current and foreign currency accounts, cash on hand. First of all, they act as a means of settlement with counterparties.

Highly liquid – those that are converted into cash without losing their market value and in the shortest possible time – up to 1 month. For example, short-term financial investments, short-term receivables.

Liquid – with a maturity of up to 6 months. They can be cashed out quickly enough to be able to repay their obligations, but there is a risk of losing their value (depreciation).

Illiquid (or illiquid) assets – have a long sale period. Represented by fixed assets and intangible assets of the company.


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