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FSI LAUNCH CONCEPT EVOLUTION

19 December 2008

FSI chose the Microsoft Auditorium in London's Victoria Street to launch Concept Evolution, their new fully web-enabled CAFM solution. Over 100 top FM's attended the launch presentation and they had the opportunity for a hands-on demonstration of Concept Evolution, the next generation of Concept solutions.

Jon Clark, FSI's Business Solutions Advisor, presents Concept Evolution at the Microsoft Auditorium

Founded in 1990, FSI has long been acknowledged as a leader in the development and delivery of Facilities Manaagement software systems.

Concept, its comprehensive range of software and services, is owned, developed, implemented and supported by FSI, who also provide full training in the use and business benefits of all aspects of the system. It is now used by clients of every size around the world.

Concept Evolution is a web-enabled, complete CAFM solution, and the next generation of FSI's multi award winning Concept CAFM range. It retains key features, functionality, and crucially compatibility from the current Concept generation range.

Concept Evolution merges powerful functionality with sophisticated technology to extend facilities management across borders, and optimise process efficiency, accuracy and productivity throughout the lifecycle. Easily accessed through a standard web browser, Concept Evolution offers an extremely powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use software platform that leverages the web to provide a single, integrated view of facilities and maintenance activities across your portfolio.

By centralising data and process throughout the facility management lyfecycle, Concept Evolution provides a secure, seamless flow of information across locations, divisions, operations, people and projects.

Concept Evolution makes critical operational data available on-demand to users in any location. It offers a single, holistic view of all facilities and maintenance activities, and can easily track every location, asset and person: analyse the processes, costs and efforts required for optimal operations, and understand the impact of acquisitions, utilisation, maintenance, improvements, service provision and expenditures.







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