Higher education facility professionals are facing extraordinary challenges in the current economic climate. Some of the top challenges are:
Increased urgency to implement productivity improvements in response to shrinking budgets and increased demands for service
Increased need to proactively address energy efficiency and sustainability improvements
Increased pressure to expand internet-based access to maintenance and operations tools to reduce demand on support staff
Increased desire to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) of current computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS).
*Based off of STS Research Advisor’s Higher Education Facilities Management Survey.
How is your organization handling these challenges?
The growing trend in campus facilities management is to improve efficiency with CMMS. SchoolDude was recently named the #1 CMMS solution for higher education institutions.
Interested in learning more? Join us Tuesday, February 19th at 12 p.m. EST, for a free live webcast that details why SchoolDude was selected as the top CMMS vendor for higher education and other key takeaways from STS Research Advisor’s Higher Education Facilities Management Survey.
Too good to be true? Hear first-hand what your peers, Jason Mott from LeMoyne College in NY and Rick Martinez from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in TX, have to say. They will reveal their proven industry best practices and share how they streamlined their Maintenance and Operations processes with SchoolDude’s MaintenanceDirect and PMDirect.
MaintenanceDirectis a help desk software that enables requesters to submit and check the status of work requests from any computer or mobile device. Giving your requesters the power to submit their own work order requests improves customer satisfaction and saves your staff time. Technicians and staff will spend less time in front of a computer inputting data and more time in the field completing requests.
Learn more about the trends and challenges in higher education facilities management and how schools are responding to these at tomorrow’s webinar.