VFA’s Facility Management Software Named a University Business Readers’ Choice Top Product

December 3, 2012

VFA.facility Nominated by UB Readers as a Product that has made a Positive Difference at Colleges and Universities this Year

BOSTON—December 3, 2012—VFA, Inc., the leading provider of end-to-end solutions for facilities capital planning and asset management, today announced that VFA.facility®, its facility capital planning and management software, has been selected as a University Business 2012 Readers’ Choice Top Product. The winners were selected by University Business editors from nominations submitted by the magazine’s readership, and were based on both the quantity of nominations and the quality of reader descriptions. The complete list of products has been announced online and in the December issue of University Business.

VFA.facility enables colleges and universities to both manage information about facility assets and leverage that information in the creation of capital projects, plans and budgets. VFA.facility provides them with a central source of facility information used to analyze the impact of different funding scenarios, prioritize capital needs and make optimal decisions about capital spending.

“VFA has helped many higher education institutions maximize their current investment in facilities and infrastructure while effectively planning for future needs,” said Jerry Kokos, president and CEO, VFA. “We are honored that our flagship software, VFA.facility, has been chosen by university administrators as a Readers’ Choice Top Products winner.”

The first annual University Business Readers’ Choice Top Products award recognizes leaders in the higher education industry and provides university leaders and administrators with the unique opportunity to learn what products their colleagues around the country are using, and how these products contribute to the success of their schools.

“We are pleased to announce the first-ever University Business Top Products list and plan to make it a yearly feature,” says University Business Editor-in-Chief Tim Goral. “The nominations came from a variety of university administrators who have shared their experiences with these products and how they have improved the way their school operates. We hope their insight becomes a valuable resource to our readers and helps them solve their biggest challenges on campus.”

To connect with VFA, please follow us on Twitter at @VFAINC, or visit our blog, Foundations, which provides information to readers that serves as a foundation for intelligent facilities capital planning and management.

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