VFA FacilityView™ Provides Key Stakeholders Easy Access to Holistic View of Organization’s Facilities Data
BOSTON—June 12, 2014—VFA, Inc., the leading provider of end-to-end solutions for facilities capital planning and asset management, today announced that BUILDINGS magazine has selected VFA FacilityView™, a Web-based solution for quick and secure access to key information about an organization’s real estate portfolio, as a 2014 Money-Saving Product winner. VFA FacilityView is part of an elite group of 97 products showcased in the magazine’s June 2014 issue.
Finalists were evaluated by the BUILDINGS editorial staff for the money-saving qualities they offer to building owners and facility managers in areas such as energy consumption, water savings, lighting, envelope improvement and maintenance.
VFA.facility® facilities capital planning and management software includes a wealth of information about facility assets, from their location and condition to the renewal costs of their systems to their capital funding needs over time. VFA FacilityView enables customers to extend the value of their VFA.facility data to the stakeholders it chooses, providing a simple, intuitive interface accessible on a wide range of devices. It also enables integration of related information from other enterprise applications, such as work order management or financial systems, putting this data in a broader business context. Access to this data provides insight into the overall condition of the portfolio, the areas of greatest need and the status of particular facilities which may be critical to stakeholders. VFA FacilityView is a great time-saver for facility managers who will be able to easily provide stakeholders with access to key data and analysis.
“We are pleased that VFA FacilityView has been recognized as a Money-Saving Product winner by BUILDINGS magazine,” said Jerry Kokos, president and CEO, VFA, Inc. “With VFA FacilityView, facility teams can easily connect their executives with relevant facilities-related data regardless of whether the data resides in VFA software or third party software. Executives will be able to better justify or enable strategic decisions; provide an understanding of investment needs and priorities to building users and community stakeholders; and demonstrate the critical role that facilities play in support of organizational objectives.”
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BUILDINGS magazine serves over 74,000 commercial building owners and facilities management professionals in North America. The monthly publication helps readers make smarter decisions relevant to the management, modernization, and operation of their facilities.