Austin, TX, February 5, 2019 – Accruent, the world’s leading provider of physical resource management solutions, announced today that the City of Nampa, Idaho has selected Kykloud, Accruent’s building surveying software to collect data for a space planning project that encompasses many departments around the city.
Kykloud has been used to assess over 1 billion square feet and has saved more than 1.2 million surveying hours, making the decision to employ it for City of Nampa especially compelling.
“Prior to the selection of Kykloud, we would have collected metrics manually via spreadsheets,” said Brian Foster, Facilities Management Superintendent for City of Nampa. “Now with Accruent’s software, we can speed up the data collection process and produce professional reports to help us manage our space and facilities more efficiently.”
Accruent’s building surveying software allows surveyors to go on-site, capture data from a predetermined survey template on their iPad (to ensure consistency of data collection) and save photos with the relevant information automatically. Then, at the touch of a button, the surveyor can generate a report from the data and photos.
Technology like Accruent’s allows surveyors to pull data from built assets quickly and easily, turning this data into meaningful management information. Our building surveying software is used around the globe to help professionals understand and manage their property portfolios more efficiently and ensure that capital planning decisions are based on accurate data.
The capabilities of our building survey mobile application are delivered using a combination of iPad and cloud technology. For a profession focused on accuracy and speed of reporting, our technology allows customized building surveys to be delivered directly to a team in the field and for all data to be uploaded securely and efficiently.
“Many public entities are experiencing growth right now and are providing more services,” said John Borgerding, CEO Accruent. “Accruent’s building surveying software allows for more granular capabilities across multiple assets and locations to help find more space for these growing organizations.”