Asset Management

Along with Space, “Assets” are a foundational element within IWMS and the module we’ll discuss here. The two are interrelated as “Space is the place where assets occur.” What do we mean by Assets? If you think of space as “places” then assets are the physical “things” within or attached to those places. Assets include …

Space Management

The University of Vermont uses approximately 6.2 million gross square feet (GSF) of space in carrying out its mission. Space is comprised of a variety of building types and sizes both owned and leased. Keeping track of accurate and comprehensive data related to space is essential for the calculation of Facilities & Administrative (F&A) costs, …

Why an Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS)?

primary users and sponsors of the system recognized that continuing to utilize a 15-year old enterprise technology platform would pose many challenges in the near- and long-term future for the University to manage its physical “assets” in a strategic and dynamic way. As related technologies and applications were evolving, it was clear that our current system (technically known as a CMMS or Computerized Maintenance Management System) either needed an upgrade or a full-out replacement with a more robust solution (technically known as IWMS or Integrated Workplace Management Solution). The latter option was chosen.

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