Know what is where. Always.
Whether doors and windows, building services or furnishings - every property contains a multitude of objects. Keeping track of them is made possible by the iTWO fm module Property management. It is deep in iTWO fm integrated and provides extensive information, from locations and documents to dates to installation and Maintenance all the way to the people in charge. Above all, however, it fulfils a central requirement of the Facility Management: The object management module is extremely flexible!
The basis: flexibility
Every data model is different. The Object Management module provides the necessary flexibility. Users can freely select and set their navigation tree. New objects and object classes can also be created, from wall and floor coverings to technical equipment and IoT components. And since time is money, templates facilitate input. This way, the results are realised faster - and you are safely positioned.
The object management module offers a wide range of assistance to speed up work and solve problems in a results-oriented manner. Location classes and binding to the room are automatically available for selection. Objects can be stored graphically. Alpha-numerical evaluations are carried out with just a few mouse clicks. Even the Scale of a graphic can be changed dynamically simply with the scroll wheel of the mouse. This makes operation extremely convenient, flexible and fast. For better success.
Adaptable for BIM
The Object Management module is also flexible when dealing with data: it imports and exports data in various formats. Global parameters for graphics can be edited and mapped centrally - this is important in order to correctly assign data from an architect, for example, to the attributes and nomenclature of the respective data model in iTWO fm. In times of BIM, this flexibility is particularly important. That is why the object management module already has the future on board.
- complete overview
- Documentation always at hand
- Templates for reliable results
- Diverse support
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