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SWG at Total Facilities 2018 - asset management and facility management

Service Works Global (SWG) will be joining a league of innovators exhibiting at Australia’s leading facilities and workplace event, Total Facilities.

Taking place in Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 18th – 19th April, the show will draw thousands of like-minded professionals all looking to optimise productivity and performance through world-class FM.

SWG will be showcasing its renowned computerised maintenance management system (CMMS) QFM on stand C7, demonstrating how FMs can improve service delivery at the same time as reducing costs. The team also invites visitors try out QFM’s asset management system, including scanning asset QR codes and seeing how mobile engineers can stay in the loop even when working in areas with limited signal.

Following a successful year in Sydney, the show is back in Melbourne for 2018 – click here to see how Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre is using QFM software to support the delivery of their first class facility.

Visit stand C7 and learn more about:

  • CMMS integration with third party applications
  • Internet of Things (IoT) and sensors
  • Mobile
  • BIM
  • Space management
  • Asset lifecycle management

Advance tickets are complimentary – register online here. If you would like to set up a meeting with the team at Service Works while at the show, please drop us a line. We would welcome the opportunity to chat to you.

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