Xebia's Smart Facility Management is a AppMarket Award Winner
Optimize facility management with Xebia's Smart Facility Management - an all-in-one solution designed to deliver end-to-end efficiency. Seamlessly integrating with any Appian application, it offers transformative maintenance scheduling, asset visibility, intelligent scheduling, and more. Experience a new level of efficiency, stay in control of your facility, streamline work orders, and proactively address maintenance needs for enhanced productivity and cost savings with the solution.
Why Choose Smart Facility Management?
The accelerator is built with standard facility management practices and is easy to integrate with any Appian application. The application facilitates informed decisions by facility managers, service providers, and other relevant stakeholders through in-built contextual system intelligence in the following ways.
Track KPIs with Holistic View
Auto-Create Work Orders
Manage Asset Lifecycle
Mark and Tag Assets
Customize Key Parameters
Get a Dedicated Mobile App
Alert Notifications for Assets
Manage Outsourced Sites
Pain Points Solved by Smart Facility Management
- Lack of a centralized dashboard for facility managers that can provide critical actionable insights, e.g., on assets requiring an immediate attention, putting scheduled repairs and work orders at high risk.
- Break-fix approach with a lack of proper tools and technology causes inefficiencies and leads to reactive, suboptimal business models.
- With use cases of moving assets around buildings or sites, there is limited visibility of how an asset lifecycle has been over time. This can result in false assumptions on asset health checks, ultimately impacting business, especially with critical assets.
- Siloed scheduling is a key challenge for facility managers and the scheduling team, as each work order schedule requires specialized and trained skill sets. Additionally, managers lack visibility of availability, location, and past feedback of the technicians, preventing them from building an efficient team.
- Limited mobile capabilities can prevent technicians from adequately responding to emergencies or job status changes. It also limits their ability to effectively communicate with the back-operations team and facility managers and access asset manuals and other knowledge sitting in the organization’s central repository.
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