Resource pages for "CAFM"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Businesses can visualize areas of their facility that have poor air quality or contaminated assets, dispatch workers, and quickly indicate air filters to replace or areas to sanitize.
CMMS, CAFM, IWMS, EAM — What’s the difference? If your organization is in the market for a facility management software, make sure you choose the option that best suits your organization’s needs.
A steady increase in automated workflows and data-centric processes benefits the work of facility executives and their occupants.
Wyndham Worldwide continues on a sustainable path for its headquarters campus in Parsippany, NJ.
One tech expert floats the idea of using Microsoft's recent acquisition, Minecraft, for practical 3D facilities management floor plan layout applications.
A facility management professional seeks a Microsoft Office based solution to his space planning needs.
Where can facility managers get recommendations on help desk software solutions?
If an AEC professional uses BIM for a building project and one of the components fails due to a problem with the software, who is ultimately responsible?
Of the current facility management software products currently on the market, which one does the job best? Or do they all miss one feature or another to some degree?
When considering mobile CAFM options, what kind of hardware device should facility managers use for maintenance crews?
Using the latest devices, it is possible for fms to measure a space far more accurately, with less disruption to employees, and in a fraction of the time it would have taken with an old fashioned tape measure.
Facility managers optimize the data they gather by integrating the information systems that manage it.
In late August 2009, OSCRE announced that IFMA had awarded OSCRE CEO Andy Fuhrman the Association's highest honor and designation of IFMA Fellow.
Take these steps to avoid marketing propaganda and select the right software for your organization. From the September 2004 issue.