Facility Management Program
In general, a facility management program requires balancing scheduled preventive maintenance with service requests from building occupants.
Facility management software helps you track the costs of each task, including labor and inventory, so you’ll be able to track and report on the productivity of your maintenance team—and identify areas to improve.
How Can I Improve My Organization’s Facility Management Program?
The biggest part of a facility management program is monitoring service requests and managing the related work orders.
Technology can help. Computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software was developed with facility management in mind.
Imagine if you knew your facility management program’s…
- Completed and open work orders
- Scheduled preventive maintenance tasks
- Number and type of service requests
- Labor and inventory/parts costs
- Asset/equipment history
- Common repairs and/or breakdowns
That information can help your facilities management program team make good decisions about their workflows. It’s easy to prioritize and more efficient to complete tasks.
As a result, you can offer your organization and its tenants a higher level of service with better communication and faster response times.
CMMS software can help your organization track and report on tasks related to…
- HVAC systems
- Lighting and fixtures
- Fire and safety equipment
- Custodial services
- Communication systems (telephone, Internet, etc.)
- Electrical and plumbing systems
- Food service and/or office equipment
- Event logistics
- Parking areas and vehicles
- Landscaping and outdoor spaces
- Security systems, doors, and locks
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MPulse Maintenance Management software can help make your facility management program more productive and more efficient, whatever your needs.