Smart Labís Facility Management System is a web based system designed to help campus wide organizations to manage facility services and its assetís maintenance. The key components of the system are the assetís preventive and corrective maintenance which include scheduling and resources planning.
The helpdesk system is integrated in within to act as an interface between the facility service provider and the facility service end users. Over the Internet or private cloud the system captures OLTP data, build SOP workflow and provide business intelligence for facility managers to track required organization KPIs.
The sub-modules attached includes:
Figure: Overall facility management system module attributes
1. FACILITY SERVICES
Facility management is a system that records and stores all information pertaining to a Facility, such as Facility name, tag number, purchase / register date, purchase value, Facility description, current owner, location and others.
This system also records Facility depreciation which is useable for financials Facility management. This system allows users to upload digital images of the Facilities to generate user friendly Facility summary and reports.
2. TASK LIBRARY
The task library enables users to create and maintain standard maintenance tasks as a library which then can be used to configure maintenance plan. The task defines detail SOPs, checklists, materials, tools and manpower required.
3. LOCATION/ ZONE MANAGEMENT
Zone modules allow users to configure the campus sites and zones or locations. The system provides hierarchical input of zones which offers level mapping of assetsí locations. GPS data can be incorporated into the system easily by using android or IOS mobile devices.
System users can be grouped and their accessibility limited by location. Using this method, building owner can be restricted to view and manage its own campus while corporate administrator can view and manage the entire multi campus organization.
4. ASSET MANAGEMENT
Asset Management modules manages all FMS properties and assets that are required for maintenance. The module captures all the details about the asset and its respective owner.
The assets and equipment can be listed in hierarchical view with location information.
5. MAINTENANCE PLANNING
This module provides a tool for facility managers to schedule preventive maintenance for a specific asset. Each maintenance starts off with the creation of a maintenance plan and can be linked to any assets which utilizes the same maintenance type.
Users are able to differentiate maintenance plans by inserting different tasks provided in the task library.
The module also allows facility managers to have a much better view of all the planned preventive maintenance scheduled for a certain assets or fora specific location.
6. UTILITIES & POWER USAGE
The Power Usage module provides a systematic undertow to manage a facilityís utilities and power usage.