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QFM space management software streamlines workspace planning and space occupation

QFM Space is a comprehensive space management system which streamlines workspace planning and move management, to maximize space utilization and reduce occupancy costs. The software links seamlessly with AutoCAD, to overlay occupancy information onto dynamic graphical plans to support accurate move management and scenario planning. Web-based tools enable you to analyse space requirements, run multiple scenarios and create move plans once layouts are finalized. An online dashboard and reporting tools provide detailed occupancy analysis and future space usage forecasting, to support strategic decision making.

QFM Space links seamlessly with QFM facility management software to enable the collection of asset data from AutoCAD to support maintenance regimes, asbestos inspections and fire, health and safety surveys. QFM Space is available as standalone software solution or may be integrated with other QFM applications to deliver a broader functionality facilities and space management solution. Explore the QFM Space modules in further detail using the links below.

To learn more about how space management systems can improve the management of the workplace, request a copy of Service Works’ white paper, Strategic Space and Move Management.

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