FAMIS Mobile enhances the capabilities of FAMIS. The mobile app serves as an additional resource for engineers, technicians, vendors and facility managers to work more efficiently in the field. Printing thousands of paper work orders each year and unnecessary return trips to work control or remote terminals will no longer be required.
A large portion of a facility manager’s time goes into managing budget, work, and costs around repairs and projects. Learn how customers have come to rely on Accruent Capital Projects software for its financial and data management capabilities, and ability to track key milestones. Register Today!
Conducting a thorough business process review marked the first step in Rice University’s journey to FAMIS Cloud. By understanding the core policies and procedures of their Facilities team business unit, they were able to identify best practices and map out a structure that streamlined processes using issue-specific working-group committees.
Accruent’s Professional Services team charted out a plan of action that would allow Montana State University - Billings to successfully migrate their old data from FAMIS on-premise to the new FAMIS cloud platform in a timely manner.
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.
Learn how FAMIS products help facilities services optimize budget performance and maximize workflow efficiencies across all elements of their real estate and facilities. FAMIS is the next-generation, cloud-based facilities lifecycle management solution, it is easy to use, easy to implement and continuously updated with the newest available functionality.
Sarah McGing of Columbia College gives us her take on the benefits of switching to FAMIS in this video interview from Insights 2016!
With a diverse set of facilities comprising 2.5 million square feet of space to serve the growing population, Anoka County had outgrown its manual, home-grown facilities management solution. In order to continue supporting the county’s growth and aging infrastructure, the county implemented FAMIS Maintenance Management to achieve its goals.
FAMIS has improved the facilities team’s ability to track the hours of each staff member, which allows management to better understand where technicians are spending their time. The team can also easily identify areas in which their staff may need training, and determine if additional or improved equipment is needed.
Cloud software is creating a compelling business case for college campuses to replace their antiquated on-premise systems. Promising reduced infrastructure costs, faster implementations, and immediate upgrades, cloud is leading to the next generation of facilities management software.