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Smallworld Water Office - Product Overview Version 3.0
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Change History

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describe the changes and additions each time this document is re-published (both draft and final). The
description should include as many details of the changes as possible.

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Change Description Date Author
0.1D
Initial Version 18 March 2010 Robert Baudewyns
0.2D
Master structure 22 March 2010 Robert Baudewyns
0.3D
IPA Features 22 March 2010 Robert Baudewyns
0.4D
Specific Water Office capabilities 15 July 2010 Robert Baudewyns
0.5D
Minor corrections and new screenshots 23 February 2011 Robert Baudewyns
0.6D
New chapter for data models introduction 24 February 2011 Robert Baudewyns
0.7D
New chapter for business support 01 March 2011 Robert Baudewyns
0.8D
Additional screenshots 29 March 2011 Robert Baudewyns
0.9D
Additional screenshots 23 May 2011 Robert Baudewyns
1.0
Version ready for approval 25 May 2011 Robert Baudewyns
2.0
GE Marketing version 25 August 2011 Vincent Thomas
3.0
Layout improvements 26 August 2011 Robert Baudewyns
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Key Features

  • Standard industry proven data model
  • Transparent information on the water supply & drainage networks
  • Efficiency is driven by data quality
  • Workflow Management
  • Utility Network mapping for various levels of customer care
  • Keeping the network up-to-date
  • Efficient Outage Management
  • Integrated Call-before-you-dig support
  • Minimising Integration Effort
  • GIS everywhere

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What are the overall benefits of using Smallworld Water Office?
Smallworld Water Office offers several benefits, including a single source covering water production, transmission and distribution solution, reducing total cost of ownership through integration and powerful software administration tools. It also provides pre-integration with additional solutions from the Smallworld Portfolio and a standard application code and standard data model to minimize future update costs.
What are the key business processes supported by Smallworld Water Office?
Smallworld Water Office supports critical business processes for water & drainage utilities, including planning, design, construction, commissioning, operation, monitoring, maintenance, and refurbishment. It also integrates with ERP systems, provides mobile solution support, and facilitates web-solution support for shared geospatial information.
How does Smallworld Water Office help with outage management?
Smallworld Water Office includes an outage management application that allows water supply utilities to analyze and report on outages, manage their network efficiently, and perform network traces to identify leak locations or advise on valve operations to isolate network segments.
What are the benefits of using Smallworld Water Office for Call Before You Dig (CBYD) processes?
Smallworld Water Office and its integrated applications provide support for CBYD processes, enabling utilities to efficiently respond to requests for network infrastructure information and provide accurate maps to constructors or other parties planning to dig. This helps ensure network safety and reduces the risk of damage to underground infrastructure.
How does Smallworld Water Office minimize integration effort?
Smallworld Water Office minimizes integration effort by providing pre-integrated interfaces to a number of Smallworld applications, reducing installation and administration costs. GE plans to expand pre-integration to other GE products and selected third-party applications, ensuring that integration solutions are synchronized with the Smallworld product portfolio roadmap.

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