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18 September 2009

Recognising that ‘time is money’, Integrated fm has been focusing its product development on CAFM solutions that help users boost efficiency, reduce duplication and drive costs from FM processes. The result is the comprehensive fm facts V8 suite of integrated CAFM modules, backed by mobile solutions, that are able to share information with each other – whether installed on the user’s computers or hosted remotely on secure servers (Hosted CAFM or Software as a Service) and financed through a mont

In fact, Integrated fm has pioneered Hosted CAFM services in the FM sector since 2000 and fine-tuned the technology to harmonise with FM operations - and currently has over 150,000 users accessing the service every day. With no capital purchase required, Hosted CAFM is proving ideal for organisations with severe restraints on capital budgets as the cost can be met from revenue budgets.

The fm facts suite also offers extensive integration between modules and with mobile devices, as well as intranet functionality to enable internal customers to access FM services such as help desk, room booking and visitor management online. All modules also feature sophisticated reporting tools to make it quicker and easier to gather and assimilate key FM information.

These features are all included in the recently launched Environmental Management Reporting module, which generates management sustainability reports instantly from data harvested from a wide range of internal sources, as well as external sources in the supply chain.

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