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As one of Malaysia's oldest, most successful and reputable private education institutions, Taylor's University offers a comprehensive range of courses at all levels. Taylor's selected TOMMS (EAM) after evaluating numerous local and foreign product because TOMMS (EAM) can work seamlessly with their active directory user list. This will ease their IT to support the TOMMS (EAM) without worrying about security breaches and firewall administration. Moreover, TOMMS (EAM) have done a few university implementation and can advise Taylor's facility management team on the know-how and shorten the implementation time frame. Currently, TOMMS(EAM)is implemented in 4 sites of Taylor's University like Taylor University Lakeside campus, Syopz mall, Taylor's College Subang Jaya and Wisma Subang Jaya. TOMMS (EAM) is hosted in Taylor University Lakeside IT datacentre and connected via internet throughout their various sites. TOMMS (EAM) provide the facility management team a complete list of all their asset register list and also completed and outstanding service orders to measure their productivity and performance.
In Malaysia, Giant is synonymous with everyday low prices, big variety and great value and recognised for offering the most vibrant, comfortable and complete shopping environment Giant, which turned 65 in 2009, pioneered the concept of modern supermarket shopping – buying everyday groceries, fresh produce and fresh foods under one roof and in a hygienic environment. As the pioneer, Giant sets the pace and standards for the industry with innovative marketing, store design and product pricing and variety. GIANT Chose TOMMS (EAM) for their retail maintenance systems because TOMMS (EAM) is able to integrate to their financial and E-procurement system without much customization. GIANT IT Team require a simple and and fast track solution to meet their KPI. Moreover, they also wanted to standardize their asset management system across all their outlet in Malaysia. TOMMS (EAM) was chosen to do that and even able to track their authorise outsource contractor servicing their POS hardware and peripheral throughout Malaysia.
CSR Corporation Limited is the biggest enterprise producer of rail transit equipment in China and one of the biggest manufacturers of rail transit and suppliers of complete solution with a complete system of independent R&D, mass production and standard service in the concern of locomotives, passenger carriages, freight wagons, MUs, rapid transit vehicles and key related components.

CSR Kuala Lumpur Maintenance Sdn Bhd (CKM) is the officially appointed maintenance provider for the Ministry of Transport and KTMB in Malaysia. CKM key role is to implement EMU maintenance industry using CSR’s specialised rail transit equipment technology to support maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of commuters. This marks CKM’s entry and beginning into EMU maintenance business in Malaysia and Southeast Asia. It is our aim to eventually build a professional maintenance Headquarters here in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur as we establish our professional presence throughout regions in Southeast Asia.

CKM selected TOMMS (EAM) because it fits their requirements and also it is being adopted by KTMB for  their EMU and ETS. CKM intend to use TOMMS (EAM) to report on their maintenance of EMU to KTMB using the Bill Of Material (BOM)  structure developed by KTMB. Moreover, CKM will be able to  meet KTMB reporting standards by using the standard codes developed by KTMB maintenance personnel like  defects, failures, action and remedies. These reports will be able to save time in meeting their KPI to KTMB and also ease the communication process.
TOMMS in KTMB | 06/02/2012
KTMB (Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad)  (Jawi: كريتاڤي تانه ملايو) or Malayan Railways Limited is the main rail operator in Peninsular Malaysia. The railway system dates back to the British colonial era, when it was first built to transport tin. Previously known as the Federated Malay States Railways (FMSR) and the Malayan Railway Administration (MRA), Keretapi Tanah Melayu acquired its current name in 1962.[1] The organization was corporatized in 1992, but remains wholly owned by the Malaysian government

KTMB selected TOMMS (EAM) for their maintenance related operation for EMU (Electrical Multple Units) and ETS (Electric Train Service). The TOMMS (EAM) systems is expected to provide  the following :- 
1. Single Point of Entry
2. EMU & ETS Structure for tracking of rotables
3. Document control for exams in systems.
4.Fault Coding for ease for reporting
5.PM programming.
6.Material  Consumptions.
7.Resource Management.
8.Desktop reporting.
9. Low Level data Entry.
10. Open Defect Awareness.
With the following information, KTMB will be able to provide  transparency on their EMU & ETS accordingly and improve their uptime for the rolling stocks. KTMB is expecting to achieve  the above by utilising the TOMMS (EAM) ssytem to  standardized on their reportng and provide management  the necessary information to make decisions. KTMB is expecting to record all purchases for spares and consumables for EMU and ETS in the TOMMS (EAM) in order to expedite, trace and improve efficiency.
The Sungai Semenyih Water Supply Scheme implemented by the Selangor State Government supplies clean water to South-West of Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam, Klang, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya, Sepang, Puchong, Seri Kembangan, Bandar Baru Bangi, Kuala Langat and the surrounding areas. In the year 2001, Konsortium ABASS Sdn Bhd was awarded a 30 years concession to operate and maintain the Sungai Semenyih Scheme.
Konsortium ABASS replace their old systems with TOMMS (EAM) because they wanted a total integrated system whereby TOMMS have API interfaces  their ABASS Financial Systems. Before TOMMS, they have a number of isolated systems and currently they only have 1 system for maintenance and financial.  In addition, it is hosted over the internet with connectivity from anywhere  over the internet with any terminal with a browser. ABASS management can now have all the information on their miantenance operation for the plant in Semenyih via TOMMS (EAM) in their HQ and process any approval from anywhere over the internet in order to improve efficiency in their maintenance.

TOMMS in SAJ Holdings | 02/12/2011
SAJ  Holdings (Syarikat Air Johor) is an an integrated water supply company, involved in the process of water treatment and distribution of treated water to consumers right up to billing and collection.
SAJ Holdings has selected TOMMS (EAM) due to its  simplicity, ease of customization and rich in maintenance functionalties like Failure Mode Analysis and etc.. TOMMS single source code in delivering the application over the  SAJ internet and also their local area network have brought significant advantageous to their maintenance operation personnel and IT department especially in the peak time whereby TOMMS performance works well  on a low bandwidth environment. SAJ Holdings name TOMMS (EAM) in their company as PCS (Production Control Systems).
TOMMS in Lumut Port | 16/05/2011
Lumut Port comprises of two distinct terminals; Lumut Maritime Terminal (LMT) and Lekir Bulk Terminal (LBT). Lumut Port is located on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia in the State of Perak directly off the Straits of Malacca. Strategically located to serve nearer trades within South-East Asia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and farther trades with the Far East region, Australia/Pacific region, Africa/Mid East region and EU region. Common User Port designed and equipped to handle dry bulk, liquid bulk, containers, all conventional cargo and project cargoes.

Lumut Port selected TOMMS (EAM) for their mainteance related operation system because they wanted an affordable system with testimonials for fleet maintenance.  TOMMS (EAM) have been implemented in numerous fleet maintenance industry like Star Rail, Nationwide Courier Express Bhd and etc. Moreover, Lumut Port  insist that the system must have an interface to their financial system to avoid double entry  and TOMMS (EAM) already have the API interface which they find it as an advantange as compare to others.
Perodua is the second Malaysian Car manufacturer and they started their operation way back in the early 90's. Today, Perodua is recognized as a top car manufacturer and has won many awards for their manufacturing quality and excellence. 
Perodua has selected TOMMS (EAM)  as their preferred software for their asset management in 2 key areas which are Perodua Manufacturing and Perodua Engineering.  Perodua Manufacturing used TOMMS (EAM) to maintain their equipments in Body Shop, Paint Shop , Assembly, Bumper and Conveyor systems. Meanwhile, Perodua Engineering used TOMMS (EAM) to control and maximize the uptime of assets in the engineering department.
KLCC Property Holdings Berhad (KLCCP) was incorporated as a public limited company on 7 February 2004. 
KLCC Urusharta Sdn Bhd is one of the subsidiary of KLCCP and with its niche position in  facility management services, will continue to grow its earnings potential by building on the strength of its premium assets, maintaining high standards in its operational performance and exploring prospects for sustainable progress. KLCC Urusharta used TOMMS (EAM) as their unify system to manage and control their facility management services in the following buildings like Petronas Twin Towers, Dayabumi, Maxis, Exxon Mobile, Common Estate & Park . KLCC UrusHarta also used TOMMS (EAM) helpdesk system to manage all their customers requests and contractors Maintenance Schedule. 
Holcim (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Holcim Ltd in Switzerland. Holcim Malaysia is located in Pasir Gudang, the premier industrial zone where Johor Port is located. 
Holcim (Malaysia) Cement Plant Purchase TOMMS (EAM) to maintain their Cement Plant in Pasir Gudang, Johor. En. Shamsul (Maintenance Engineer) chose TOMMS (EAM) for its rich functionalities and ease of use. His manager, Mr Mukunnan like the way TOMMS (EAM) generate the Master Schedule  which he can used it easily to plan and schedule his employee during any shutdown or PM. Huan (IT Manager) likes TOMMS (EAM)  because of its screen interface and reusability which he is currently using to maintain his IT Assets.
Lakdhanavi Limited build, own, operate and maintain a combined cycle power plant which generate about 300 MW of electricity.
Lakdhanavi Power Plant Purchase TOMMS (EAM) to maintain their 300MW Combined Cycle Power Plant in Muturajawela in Sri Lanka. The Lakdhanavi Plant was commissioned in August 2008 and since then we've used TOMMS (EAM) to help maintain the Power Plant,' relates Mr. Shankar Rao, Senior Commission Manager.
TOMMS Systems Sdn Bhd has announced that its maintenance management solution TOMMS (EAM) has been selected as the preferred CMMS/EAM system for the leading international Metallkraft Group that have patented their process technology that fully recycles the spent slurry from silicon wafer slicing. Metallkraft's objective was to identify and select a single maintenance management system that could be integrated and used across all of its factory locations in Asia. The system must provide transparency and disseminate engineering information and site-to-site visibility. "We required a comprehensive maintenance system to manage our new state of the art facility in Tuas, Singapore and TOMMS was the best and affordable solution with great flexibility” recalls Ganesan, Chief Engineer at Metallkraft’s. Their requirement includes interfacing with their financial application system - to avoid double-entry of data and provide consolidated accounts.” "We really saw an opportunity to set things right the first time due to its new setup and to eliminate major inefficiencies during start-up." The company’s evaluation into the CMMS/EAM system was very thorough and detailed,The whole exercise took about 6 months to complete from project inception through issuance of purchase order. Metallkraft used the User and Technical Requirement Specification to eliminate some CMMS/EAM during the evaluation and narrowed down to four solutions. Metallkraft then carried out a second comparison exercise based on cost comparison, adaptability and offering between the four shortlisted products, from which TOMMS emerged as the perfect match.
TOMMS (EAM) was one of the leading innovative products displayed in the ASEAN Biggest M&E Show 2010 which was recently held in Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia from June 15th -18th. 2010. There was a tremendous response from various industries from all over the ASEAN countries in response to TOMMS (EAM). There were many enquiries from the Middle East countries like UAE, Iran and Saudi Arabia on the potentiality of TOMMS (EAM) in their respective countries.We had identified quite a number of potential clients locally in Malaysia and South East Asia like Singapore, Indonesia and Brunei during this exhibition. Overall, we also demonstrated our green technology in TOMMS via the Apple iPhone to the delegates and they seem to be very interested in it. During the four days of the event, the delegates received a comprehensive illustration on the latest version of TOMMS (EAM) and witness the demonstration of the current suite of TOMMS Web and Mobile Solution. One of the most popular sessions in the exhibition was our customer case study or testimonial, which gives delegates the opportunity to hear about a real-life TOMMS (EAM) installation from one of their peers.
TOMMS Systems Sdn Bhd today announced the latest release of TOMMS version 3.1, which is a single source code development platform for the internet and client/server in Asia. TOMMS version 3.1  will be able to be deployed in either internet or client/server mode depending on the customers’ requirement. This latest version is readily available to all TOMMS-supported customers who subscribe to its annual maintenance support programme. The latest version offers major benefits to customers who want to internet enable their client/server version without reinvesting in their current hardware, software and network structure. The single source code idea was brainchild by TOMMS System’s CEO, Mr Clarence Wong and has many advantages internally in TOMMS Systems Sdn Bhd and also externally to our TOMMS-supported customers and future customers. The obvious advantage will be a major reduction in the overhead for TOMMS Systems research and development team which is to maintain only one single source code for client/server and internet rather than two source codes. The single source code will enable our R&D team to enhance the code faster, easier and distribute it quicker to our TOMMS- supported customers regardless whether they are deployed on a traditional client/server or  web enable architecture. In addition, the latest version includes many new functionalities and features that meets the industry standards like audits, checklist, workflows and system securities. “We, at TOMMS Systems shall continue to pursue our excellence in customer service and product development. With our dedication and commitment, we aspire to deliver continuous improvement to our existing TOMMS products and services to enhance our customers’ competitiveness in these challenging times.”
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