For those working in Facilities management and monitoring the tools and equipment used throughout their business, an Asset Hierarchy is a valuable and efficient way to consolidate all the data you need. A structured Asset Hierarchy helps streamline information, stay ahead of the maintenance schedule, and avoid unplanned expenses and breakdowns, as well as maintaining […]

Data Organisation

Facilities Management is no different to any other industry; always looking for the latest trends, the forward-thinking methods and technologies, ways in which your office can streamline the work carried out across your portfolio so that on-the-ground teams can communicate efficiently with every level. We see organisations of every size claiming to be ‘data driven’ […]

Track workforce effectively

With workers spread over a number of sites, timesheets to maintain, compliance audits and activities to schedule and tenants to please, facilities management can be a bit of a headache. That’s why we created ServiceMaster. It’s an integrated solution to maintaining your scheduled workload, responding quickly and effectively to unexpected events or damage, and maintaining an […]

E-forms are electronic versions of any paper form. In the service maintenance industry, these forms are crucial for achieving the compliance records so vital to record keeping and communicating the information with clients.

Find mobile CAFM

There are a few different work order management apps on the market, and what many people don’t realise is that they aren’t limited to the mobile CAFM solution that comes with their back-office systems. The thing is; a CRM is designed for a specific job; they exist to manage the data about your customer base; […]

Death of Spreadsheet

We all know that a good spreadsheet can perform magic with data. Collating and streamlining information for your team to process and organise your plans. Tracking the impact of work already carried out – as well as balancing the books. There are more ways to utilise a spreadsheet than there are minutes in a day. […]