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Today we bring you our sixth and final post in a six-part series of key challenges identified in a nationwide facility management survey.
Not all that long ago, a tablet was just something you took to relieve a headache. Today, tablets, Netbooks, smartphones, iphones/ipads and other
mobile devices are in the hand of every person you meet. Mobile devices are freeing facilities and maintenance technicians to work from anywhere while maintaining access to the same technology they use at the shop.
The ever-expanding role of mobile devices in education means that your Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) has to support mobile access. Along with accessibility, it also has to provide all the features and functionality you need to improve productivity and reduce maintenance expenses.
Many survey respondents are getting positive results from the use of mobile technologies in their districts and campuses. Others have yet to deploy a mobile solution, which means they have a great opportunity to improve their efficiency and productivity very quickly if their CMMS provides superior mobile capabilities. To determine whether a vendor is offering truly useful mobile access or simply adding to your headaches, check out the articles below.
Read the K-12 Challenge #6 Article Today
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If you missed our previous posts in this six-part series, you can find them here: