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.
This paper describes an approach to successfully aligning an organization’s facilities capital budget with its strategic business objectives. This process enables objective prioritization of competing needs in order to optimally allocate capital funds and deliver the greatest business value.
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.
“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.”
A step-by-step process ensures better results, reliability.
By Lora Mays
By Lora Mays, Product Marketing Manager at Accruent, LLC
According to Gartner, managing the facilities life cycle is second only to people as the largest expense item in enterprises. With facilities and asset management consuming the bulk of their non-payroll expenses, it's no surprise that organizations typically view facilities management solely as a cost center. But, facilities management teams still can play a more strategic role in the success of any business.