MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE Good CAFM software makes all the difference with running estates and facilities. The right solution will save you time and money, as well as help you do your job more easily and efficiently.

3i Studio has highlighted a few of the benefits you should be enjoying whilst making the most from your CAFM solution.

Having worked closely with estates teams for over 25 years, supporting the running of large and small estates alike, 3i Studio is well placed to share its expertise.

Reactive estates helpdesk Manging fault reporting and work requests can be complex, but a good CAFM solution can make this simple. With real time updates, you can monitor what is happening at every stage of works, including the costs associated with each job; even answering queries as they arise.

Semi-automated helpdesk Semi-automated helpdesks are now standard; with end users logging their faults and issues themselves, freeing up your helpdesk teams to allocate jobs and solve issues rather than spending all day manning telephones.

Makes PPM straightforward Planned preventative maintenance tasks, as well as scheduled testing, can be managed simply and easily from within your CAFM system; ensuring nothing is missed and you can clearly see what is coming up, (along with its costs), schedule in the work and plan accordingly; pro- longing the life of your assets and preventing unplanned failures and unexpected costs arising.

Simplifies reporting With saved templates and the ability to add further reports as you need them, gone are the days where you must manipulate your data or spend frustrating hours finding the information you need for your reports. Your CAFM should enable you to easily run your reports at the touch of a button.

Information on the go With secure access to all your information and documentation you,


your team and even your contractors, should be able to work from anywhere with one simple log-in. Live updates and the ability to attach photos and documents to tasks mean you can see job progression in real time, and have the information available to make immediate decisions, as well as a useful record of what has been done.

Use your existing technology Modern CAFM runs in real time on secure servers, enabling you and your team, or your contractors, to work out and about, or from home, with existing laptops, tablets or phones, without the cost of new technology.

Manage your compliance Hand in hand with PPM is ensuring everything across your estate complies with relevant legislative requirements. Your CAFM should include a Compliance Certificate Register; enabling you to view all your key compliance dates and documents for your estate’s assets in once place. It should also remind you when renewals are due, warning you ahead of time so you can budget and plan accordingly.

Make informed space decisions CAFM helps you keep track of which department is occupying which space, the heated volume of each room, along with the overall usage figures, centrally and in real time. With up-to-

date information at your fingertips, you can release a space for its best use, enabling effective utilisation decisions to be made. It also makes your space reporting easy and fast.

Scalable CAFM modules Finally, good quality CAFM can often be added to in modules, so updates or new functionality you need to meet your ever-increasing demands may not require a whole new solution, but simply an additional module or a few enhancements.

For further advice… If you are considering a new CAFM Solution and would like further advice, do get in touch with 3i Studio Ltd. As CAFM experts, the company will be delighted to help and can even provide an online demonstration or your own demo log-in for you to take a free test drive of their solutions.

Highly recommended 3i Studio’s Estates Management software is highly functional but still easy to use. One of the company’s fire service clients said: “The beauty is that you can see and do everything you need on one page. It’s very friendly software.”

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