Case study: how QFM software helped to provide seamless delivery of services at the Pan Am Games, resulting in Olympic standard facilities management.
SWG has been awarded a new contract to provide P3rform software to manage maintenance of medical equipment under a Canadian PPP (public-private partnership) contract.
Service Works’ Director Mark Kirkham speaks to PFM at the Facilities Show about how FM technology such as Self-Service and QFM Mobile can help meet the growing demands of the FM sector.
An overview of the HefmA 2016 Conference, including the Lord Carter Report, ERIC and how FM software can help with space management and reporting.
The challenges of maintenance for NHS trusts, and how QFM facilities management software can deliver optimum value to the estate.
Clients from across Australia both gathered in Melbourne and dialled in for Service Works’ QFM User Group on Friday 8th April. Read an overview of the meeting and request more information.
International FM software provider Service Works Group will be exhibiting at the Facilities Show on stand N1300, demonstrating the latest web and mobile enhancements to its flagship facilities, estates and workplace management software, QFM.
Technology in facilities management- how will 2016 compare to previous years? See our current insight and take our new FM Software Survey to be in with a chance of winning £500 in vouchers.
A new survey by leading FM news service, i-FM, and Service Works Group aims to provide insight into FM software usage across the UK.
Top Five Reasons to Implement a CAFM (Computer Aided Facilities Management) system, including short term benefits and long term ROI.
New white paper from Service Works. Download for guidance on implementing CAFM software; from the initial assessment of what is required from the software, through to post implementation and system support.
Following an industry survey looking at FM Trends for 2016, Service Works has produced an infographic to analyse the results.
Service Works Group has released a new white paper to help FMs embrace the technology by providing an overview of BIM in relation to FM.
As published in the November issue of Facility Management magazine, this article explains how QFM Software from Service Works Group has enabled the Parliament of New South Wales to streamline maintenance job-logging processes, create efficiencies and ensure complete FM auditability.
At one of the UK’s biggest FM webinars this year, jointly hosted by FM software provider Service Works Group and the Facilities Show, a panel of leading lights from the FM profession explored what the future holds for the FM industry in 2016 and beyond.
In a series of short videos, Andrew Wilkinson, Strategy and Marketing Director of Sodexo and Mark Kirkham, Director of Service Works briefly address some of the issues that will affect Facilities Management in 2016.
A webinar to explore what the future holds for the FM industry in 2016 and beyond, jointly hosted by Service Works Group and Facilities Show, will take place at 11am on Wednesday, 25th November 2015.
We look forward to welcoming clients to our forum in Central London, where you’ll be able to learn more about forthcoming QFM service delivery initiatives and network with key personnel.
One of Scotland’s largest universities, has selected Service Works Group’s QFM facilities management software, and is using latest technology to give the maintenance team and end-users increased control and visibility of maintenance tasks at the facility.
Service Works Group (SWG) has released its top 10 predictions in FM technology trends for 2016 and what these mean for facilities managers to remain competitive and relevant as the industry adapts to meet changes in standards and growing demands.
This article from Service Works explains how CAFM and BIM joining forces provides valuable operational FM information as well as more reliable data to report on.
In this article, Service Works explain why it is increasingly important to reduce reliance on Excel spreadsheets and move towards more reliable software.
In this feature FMJ asks Service Works whether a truly complete mobile solution is feasible in the near future, and whether this could herald the end of the office
A recent survey conducted by Service Works Group and the Facilities Show reveals the need to cut through the jargon to reveal the benefits of FM software.
In this short video, Mark Kirkham, Director of Service Works, discusses the company’s latest innovations at the Facilities Show 2015.
A panel of technology experts at this year’s Facilities Show considered how technology will continue to improve the way our workplaces work.
This article examines how QFM Software from Service Works Group has played a vital role in enhancing service delivery at ACS International Schools in London.
Join the UK’s leading FM technology companies at the Facilities Show to discuss the future of FM software and how it can give your organisation competitive advantage.
Service Works will be demonstrating the latest self-service and mobile enhancements to its flagship facilities, estates and workplace management software, QFM, at the Facilities Show.
Service Works’ new white paper outlines how the use of spreadsheets to manage performance is limiting the achievement of value from PPP contracts and highlights the benefits of using an integrated payment mechanism system.
Published by the BIFM in collaboration with Service Works, the guide provides information about the critical issues involved in selecting and implementing a software solution for FM and looks at key technology trends that may influence the decision-making processes.
From leadership and management to technical and compliance knowledge, the key role of the facilities manager in education is the topic of the BIFM Education Special Interest Group event on Wednesday 15 April.
Service Works takes part in an article by FMJ (Facilities Management Journal), asking what industry experts think the workplace of twenty years will look like, and what role CAFM will play.
Public-Private Partnerships may have originated in the UK and developed in a number of other countries, but no country has come close to Canada in perfecting the model.
A new guide from Service Works aids Facilities Managers in selecting an FM software tool and preparing a comprehensive and compelling business case.
Service Works Group (SWG) has won a contract to provide its award-winning FM software solution, QFM to South Essex College of Further and Higher Education.
Published by P3 Bulletin, this article reviews the new white paper from Service Works in collaboration with the CCPPP, which examines the development and performance of PPP projects in Canada and the key factors that have contributed to its success.
The Facilities Show, in collaboration with international FM software provider Service Works Group, is conducting the latest UK FM Software Survey which aims to provide the most complete and thought-provoking picture of how technology is impacting the profession.
Published by ReNew Canada, this article examines the UK government’s new approach to Public-Private Partnerships, known as PF2. It outlines how the model differs from its predecessors and considers whether the PF2 program can offer any new initiatives for the mature Canadian PPP market.
This article examines how Edith Cowan University manages the renewal and expansion of its estate. The University recognises the importance of maintaining its facilities in order to remain at the forefront of academic and research excellence. It uses QFM Software to manage its buildings and services and the product’s inbuilt reporting to identify trends and drive strategy.
This article, based on Service Works’ white paper ‘Performance Excellence in Maintenance Management’, looks at the importance of demonstrating good performance and the measures that maintenance teams can implement to improve operational output.
Industry expert Gary Watkins, CEO of Service Works, and other CAFM professionals discuss the relevance and future of CAFM systems with the rapid advancements in technology.
In 2012, the government announced reforms to the Private Finance Initiative, through a new model called PF2. Eighteen months since its introduction, this article explores the technical content of PF2 reform, focusing on the substantive changes which have been introduced, why they matter and the impact to date on the FM sector.