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Products & Services Business Operations Facilities Services Budget Practices

Leveraging Technology to Streamline Facilities Management: Part I

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Published: Pre-2014


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Recent technological advances enable facilities management departments to manage their facilities assets with greater ease. Software programs that manage workflow – such as repair requests, financial performance tracking or space assignments – assist administrators in performing their duties more efficiently and reaching their goals. Interviewed executives have indicated a number of benefits to using various facility management software programs, such as time and cost savings. This document also discusses the cutting-edge concept of linking CAFM systems to human resources’ HRIS.

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Energy; Publishing; Transportation; Financial Services


Companies Profiled:
AEP; Scholastic; Mirant; Reliant Energy; Duke Energy; Progress Energy; Southwest Airlines; T. Rowe Price

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