• Institutional memory. Information is stored in one location on the computer for multiple people to access, rather than in one person's head. This is vital for staff transition, staff training, and raising funds.
  • Standards and Regulations.
  • Tools for owners, boards and finance committees. You move from crisis management to strategic, planned management. A well-managed facility sends a strong message to current and future clients.
  • Efficiency. No more wasting time looking for something. An architect needs the county zoning information? Just press the print button.
  • Save time by using built-in reports, rather than spending time creating them. Easily print a 5 or 10 year projection schedule for: preventive maintenance, planning budgets, adjusting user fees, and integrating the needs with fund development plans.
  • Knowledgeable decisions, rather than guessing. Immediately know about anything on your site/facility at the click of a button. This helps with training new staff and having information readily available for people filling in while the site manager is away on vacation.
  • Trend analysis. Gives historical, current, and future data for you to analyze trends. By cross-referencing information, a more complete "picture" emerges about the property