Space is an asset to your organization. Are you treating it that way? One way or another you probably are, though not as efficiently as you could be. Maintaining an inventory of your space is more critical than ever as organizations rethink how it should be used. Knowledge of the ownership, capabilities and functions of your physical space will guide decision making in organizational and strategic alignments. Centralized or not, space management should provide a consistent means to communicate what the physical space condition is across the portfolio. Space management is knowing who owns the space, who occupies it and how it is used. With managed space information you can provide clarity to understand if your facilities can support the vision of the organization as you plan how to operate into the future.
FacilityForce is an enterprise application that can be deployed as narrowly or as broadly as you'd like, meaning you can use it within a single department, across multiple agencies or deploy it organization-wide (i.e., entire city/county/state/federal agency).
Some customers start with a single department (such as general services, facilities) and find they can easily add real estate, capital construction, transportation, health, education, corrections, parks and more. Ultimately, broader scope can be a force multiplier as greater visibility across a portfolio leads to better alignment with organizational goals.
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