How technology provides organizations with the power to make strategic data-driven business decisions
Brian Haines, FM:System’s VP of Strategy
Join Brian Haines, FM:System’s VP of Strategy, for a webcast that will discuss how Integrated Workplace Management Solutions (IWMS) provides organizations with the power to make strategic data-driven business decisions to address top leadership concerns.
IWMS technology is critical to effectively manage the second biggest cost to an organization, the facilities and real estate portfolio.
By attending this webcast, you will learn how IWMS technology:
- Improves operations by transitioning from manual processes to highly automated organizational processes
- Minimizes risk to business operations with increased uptime and availability of organization assets
- Reduces unnecessary expenses with actionable insights from real-time reporting of facility data
Boston University Rooftop Q&A Webcast Session
Gregg Snyder, Assistant Vice President, Informatics & Strategic Initiatives
Join Gregg Snyder, Boston University’s Assistant Vice President of Informatics & Strategic Initiatives, for a Q&A session on how Boston University utilizes facility management technology to get a strategic view of their campus data to mitigate risk, define opportunities for savings and improve campus-wide collaboration.
Tune into this session to learn how to:
- Have one central depository of data rather than multiple, disparate systems–ensuring the accuracy and integrity of campus data
- Keep track of building related assets and share data campus-wide to have the most safe, secure and attractive spaces
- Report on financial data to track grant and award activity for sponsored programs
- Make mergers an easy transition by automating the integration of new space data
Boston University now has the ability to classify what spaces they might need to dispose of and which spaces could be better utilized in order to provide a better environment for faculty, researchers and students.
Gregg will share advice and best practices on how Boston University leverages facility management technology to create business process improvements that were previously unimaginable.