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Service Works Global (SWG), an international provider of facilities management software, has published a new white paper to help FMs in healthcare organisations choose the right software and technology to improve operational efficiency, manage assets and save costs.

‘Guide to Buying FM Software for Healthcare Estates’ demystifies the process of finding and implementing an FM system. The white paper explores healthcare-specific tools available such as for managing NHS cleaning standards or simplifying ERIC reporting. It also explains how FM software can integrate with other systems to greatly streamline services and includes tips on calculating ROI and building an effective project team to ensure a smooth transition to the new system.

In the current economy, healthcare facilities require a solid justification for key expenditure, and securing the best software solution for an effective, strategic plan is no exception. But every estate has different requirements and it’s essential to find a good system that can be adapted and configured to meet any of those environments. This white paper will be a key tool in helping identify the system that meet those needs.

To download the white paper, click here.

For more information about Service Works’ QFM software and how it can help reduce operational costs and maintain high quality patient care, please contact us here.

 

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