VFA to Feature Facilities Management Solutions at CoreNet Global Summit

October 5, 2012

VFA Client Johnson & Johnson to Present on Managing Infrastructure Risk for the Future

BOSTON—October 5, 2012—VFA, Inc., the leading provider of end-to-end solutions for facilities capital planning and asset management, today announced it will be featuring its facilities capital planning and self-assessment solutions at the CoreNet Global Summit, October 7-9, 2012, in Orlando, Fla. VFA will be exhibiting in Booth 736.

Tommy Byrd, staff engineer, Infrastructure Management, Johnson & Johnson, a VFA client, will be presenting “Managing Infrastructure Risk for the Future” on Tuesday, October 9, at 8:50 a.m.

VFA helps corporations to fully leverage their real estate assets, manage their business risks and establish a methodology to translate their priorities into smart decisions. Facility management and planning teams have used VFA solutions to tie their real estate approaches to strategic business priorities in a decisive and disciplined fashion.

VFA.facility® capital planning software enables corporations to manage information about facility assets and leverage that information in the creation of capital projects, plans and budgets. VFA.auditor® self-assessment software offers facility managers an efficient and cost-effective way to gather reliable facility condition data across facilities and prioritize identified issues. It is a standalone solution for corporations that conduct assessments with their own staff or a complementary solution for corporations that also use third parties for assessments.

Visitors to the booth at the CoreNet Global Summit can see a demo of VFA.auditor Mobile™, the mobile client that supports the flexibility and versatility of condition data collection using mobile tablets.

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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