Facility Self-Assessment Programs Help Educational Facilities to Keep Facility Condition Data Current, Identify Trouble Areas, Prioritize Projects
BOSTON—September 19, 2014—VFA, Inc., the leading provider of end-to-end solutions for facilities capital planning and asset management, today announced it is featuring solutions that enable organizations to manage their facilities strategically at the Eastern Region APPA (ERAPPA) Annual Meeting taking place September 21-23, 2014 in Atlantic City. VFA will be exhibiting in Booth 110 and showcasing its facility self-assessment solution, VFA.auditor®.
VFA helps higher educational institutions, from state university systems to private colleges, and K-12 schools to maximize their current investment in facilities and infrastructure while effectively planning for future needs. Schools need to demonstrate the need for funding to address deferred maintenance and create capital budgets based on accurate, objective data. VFA.auditor offers facility managers in the education space an efficient and cost-effective way to gather reliable facility condition data across campus facilities and prioritize identified issues.
Combining the power of mobile technologies, including the iPad® and Android™ tablet, with the company’s extensive facilities assessment experience, VFA.auditor enables schools to utilize in-house resources to quickly and cost-effectively conduct assessments. VFA.auditor provides users with an extensive collection of intelligent surveys to rapidly and consistently collect data about the condition of facilities and major building systems. Integration with VFA.facility® capital planning and management software lets schools take advantage of robust prioritization, business intelligence and what-if scenario tools to develop a defensible capital plan.
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