About this session:
Due to the sophistication and complexity of facilities management, there are 100’s of discreet systems, assets, applications, and vendors involved in its support. Most software systems are supplier hosted, maintained in silos, and are rarely analyzed holistically. Many of these applications are in overlap with each other and force facility leaders to operate without complete visibility to data-driven KPI's.
To help paint a picture, take the facilities naming that occurs within each application. These listings are rarely standardized. The real estate software application likely does not have the same facilities listing as the maintenance management system or the financial system. This creates a variety of difficulties to establish spend baselines, create and comply to standards and to leverage best practices across departments, locations, and business units.
The presentation will highlight the industry challenge(s) as it relates to data management, outline four practical steps to form a more robust data management & reporting program, and share some dashboards for reference.
3/23/2023 8:00:00 AM
3/23/2023 9:00:00 AM
1. What data management & reporting means to Facilities Management
2. How to map data sources and systems
3. How to establish reporting requirements at the enterprise level
4. How to standardize reporting across different systems and facilities