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Causeway to showcase CAFM and other built environment management solutions at TWM 2011

04 October 2011

Stand: E73 (Grand Hall) The Causeway stand will feature a host of products from the company’s Support Services division, suitable for facilities managers and FM service providers, maintenance contractors, and sustainability managers.

Products on show will include the FM Facts range of integrated CAFM solutions along with software for managing Sustainability and Service and Maintenance– including fleet and vehicle tracking.

Visitors will be able to see a comprehensive range of CAFM modules in the FM Facts range, including the recently launched Interactive Room Signage that links to the Resource/Room Booking module. Also proving very popular is the enhanced integration between Resource/Room booking and Microsoft Outlook/Exchange for booking through the Outlook Calendar, allowing users to harness the power of a specialised resource booking system through the familiar interface of Outlook.

For those with sustainability management responsibilities, the stand will feature Causeway’s Sustainability iQ system, including a module to reduce the time required for managing CRC obligations by 90%.

FM service providers and maintenance companies will also be interested in the Vixen range of software for managing service and maintenance operations – with tight integration to Causeway’s Telematics vehicle tracking solutions. This combination is proving invaluable in minimising and reducing fuel consumption across the fleet.

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