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    Learn how to use Parent-Child Work Orders in FAMIS to track and report on maintenance projects. By the end of this session, you will learn how to configure the database for Parent-Child Work Orders and best practice recommendations for creating parent and child work orders, finding and viewing maintenance projects, and reporting on maintenance projects.

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    Sarah McGing of Columbia College gives us her take on the benefits of switching to FAMIS in this video interview from Insights 2016!

  • By Lora Mays A company’s real estate and facilities portfolio serves as the second largest expense behind its people. Finding the right software solution to manage an organization’s facilities can provide a significant return on investment, helping facility management leaders improve efficiency and reduce costs. The most common solution in the market today is a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). For organizations that are moving from a paper-based or manual system to a CMMS, finding the one that is the best fit can be challenging.

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    Does your Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) address all critical elements of emergency management for hospitals? Is it updated and contain all of the details that you need to ensure quality care during an emergency? With a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), you can ensure that your EOP is always up-to-date and can be executed upon. In this 15-minute on-demand webinar, learn how a CMMS can serve as your resource for creating and managing an emergency management plan. See how you can leverage your CMMS solution to ensure you are prepared in the event of an emergency and meeting requirements set forth by the Joint Commission.

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    “Prior to 360Facility, our system only generated schedules and did not store any data entered onto the work order,” said Bobby Ball, PM Coordinator, Superior Graphite. “Tracking the individual asset history and costs were, at the time, unfeasible.”