B&J Catalano Upgrades to Mainpac EAM Solutions; Mainpac Appoints New CTO

Global asset management company Mainpac has recently partnered with B&J Catalano, one of the most respected suppliers of mining and bulk haulage services in Western Australia. Mainpac also recently appointed a new chief technology officer.

Sep 1, 2015 – Global asset management company Mainpac has recently partnered with B&J Catalano, one of the most respected names in mining and bulk haulage services in Western Australia. Mainpac will be deploying an integrated, scalable enterprise asset management platform for the client’s operations in WA.

The EAM software specialist also recently appointed Mark Bernardinis of GoFundraise as its new chief technology officer.

Improved Fleet Management

Mainpac will be managing the overall fleet and assets of B&J Catalano, including the management of scheduled maintenance and repairs. Mainpac’s maintenance and EAM solutionsaddress the evolving needs of asset-intensive businesses, which are increasingly relying on real-time information to make informed and accurate business decisions.

The EAM solution includes a budgeting and forecasting module that gives the transport, civil engineering, mining and fleet management company the ability to automate expenses and make effective decisions regarding capital assets.

“We have a diverse range of assets and Mainpac will manage more than 1,000 assets allowing us to have better availability to the data as well as insight into overall fleet management operations,” B&J Catalano manager for corporate services Jessica Ieraci was quoted as saying in a report on ITWire.com.

“We wanted to deploy an industry leading maintenance management system as our previous software solution was unable to provide the capacity to scale with our company growth,” Ieraci continued.

The Mainpac platform will allow B&J Catalano to effectively collect and extract data for better fleet management. This includes making better fleet business decisions, calculating lifecycle costs, reviewing asset reliability and performance, and forecasting maintenance and equipment replacement.

The new EAM solution will be rolled out across B&J Catalano in the second half of 2015.


Mainpac recently appointed Mark Bernardinis as its new chief technology officer.

“We are delighted that Mark has joined us at such a strategic time for the organisation. His experience will be an enormous benefit in our delivery of enterprise asset management solutions and operational strategies to customers in their drive for success through increased efficiencies and productivity,” Mainpac managing director Darren Covington was quoted as saying. Covington is himself a new appointee, having assumed the post of managing director last May 2015.

Bernardinis was most recently the CTO of GoFundraise. He has been working in the IT industry for more than 15 years, with experience in content management systems, document management, electronic commerce, and supply chain management, among others.

About Mainpac

Mainpac is one of the most recognised names in the enterprise asset management industry. For more than 30 years, the company has served hundreds of customers in more than 24 countries by providing solutions that improve asset performance and optimise maintenance investment.

More information about their services are available on their website, www.Mainpac.com.au

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