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Causeway solutions for managing the built environment

03 May 2011

Visitors to the Causeway stand (Hall 1, G78) will see a host of new products from the company’s Support Services division. These include advanced software solutions for Facilities and Sustainability Management, as well as Service & Maintenance management– including advanced vehicle tracking and operative-mapping.


Receiving its first public showing is the latest generation of Interactive Room Signagewithin the fm facts Resource/Room Booking module. Thiscomprises touch screen monitors at each bookable space, with real-time integration to the central software – improving both room utilisation and service to internal customers.

Also new to Resource/Room Booking is close integration with Microsoft Outlook/Exchange, so that rooms and associated services can be booked directly from the Outlook Calendar.In addition, Causeway experts will be on hand to demonstrate the entiretime and cost saving capabilities throughout the wholefm facts suite.

Causeway’s Sustainability iQfully auditable sustainability management system now includes a specially developed CRC module. This reduces the time required to collate energy data and understand energy performance by as much as 90% with a typical return on investment of just a few months. Sustainability iQ provides a single platform for the management of carbon emissions from buildings and transportation, waste disposal, recycling and other sustainability issues.

Of particular interest to FM service providers and service & maintenance contractors willbe the latest version of Vixensoft software for building services and property maintenance. Featuring full integration with the diary and scheduling functionality of Causeway Mobile Workforce, along withlocation/skills mapping of operatives, Vixensoft enables optimum management of service and maintenance workforces.

Vixensoft is also fully compatible with Causeway’s Telematics vehicle tracking solution, which now includes a new web-based reporting suite accessible from any desktop or mobile platform.

Whether you are an in-house FM, sustainability manager, or service provider, you will find a visit to the Causeway stand rewarding.

For further information, visit www.integratedfm.com


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