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Stay on top of your to-do list and delegate tasks to your team and vendors, monitoring all activity in one place
Get ahead of the curve by scheduling reminders for regular maintenance and react quickly when repairs are required
Whether it’s a floorplan, warranty, installation guide or information about different assets or inventory, keep it safely stored in a central location
PlanRadar is easy to work with and gives us the possibility to work more cost-effectively when maintaining our existing properties and when planning new ones.
Conduct health and safety checklists, fire preparedness audits, occupational health surveys or any inspection using digital checklists and reports. Save them securely for future reference and share with stakeholders in just a few clicks.
Whether you need something repaired or you’re overseeing a refurbishment project, delegate tasks to all external vendors. Unlimited vendors can access the platform with free subcontractor accounts.
With easy-view project dashboards & user activity logs, ensure your facility has minimal downtime and optimises resources. Use project insights to stay on top of preventative maintenance by acting early if there’s a problem.
Demonstrate completed work to asset managers, property managers and owners with reports that can be created in seconds.
Use BIM models in your workflows the same way you’d use 2D plans, taking advantage of the extra accuracy and high-quality data provided.
Centralised facility management. A single source of information and hub for communication.
Operate remotely. Portable, easy-to-use, and accessible on all devices.
Streamline preventative maintenance. Set recurring reminders for regular checks and inspections.
Save time with on-the-go inspections. Capture inspection & health and safety checklist information from a mobile device and export reports in seconds.
Create pre-defined checklists and inspection templates, for quick data collection at the project site. Export compiled reports with just a few clicks, transforming the data collected into a usable document that adds efficiency to your project.
Coordinate preventative and corrective maintenance. Pin repairs on plans, schedule reoccurring items, assign tasks to external vendors and monitor progress to ensure facility maintenance stays on track.
Avoid confusion and save time explaining details by communicating visually with photos and videos attached to tasks. Mark up photos with text and annotations for seamless collaboration.
Facility management software allows facility managers to make many of their processes digital, from inventory checks to cleaning logs and maintenance procedures. Overall, it should help facility managers to save time, optimise resources and ensure that their facilities run smoothly, with as little downtime as possible. There are different types of facility management software, also known as CAFM software, available, so you should consider exactly what your FM team needs before making an investment.
When you’re running a busy facility, it’s easy to let preventative maintenance slip. Urgent repairs and other pressing needs take priority, so things that can wait, end up waiting. This is risky because putting off preventative maintenance makes a breakdown more likely. It also means that your facility might not always be compliant, as you wait for the last minute to arrange an important servicing. Predictive maintenance software helps you to schedule time for preventative maintenance using recurring reminders. It can also be set to alert an external contractor automatically after a set period of time so that they know to schedule a visit to your facility. Predictive maintenance software can also help you to identify patterns in breakdowns so that you know exactly how long equipment can go without being serviced, or give you a heads-up that all items of a certain date might need to be replaced. The possibilities are endless, so get in touch today to find out more.
Before you can choose the best facility management software, you need to identify what you and your team need. Decide which features are essential and which would be nice to have. The next step is researching the existing software on the market. You can then use your list of essential features to create a shortlist. Test software by attending demos or webinars, using free trial accounts and requesting prices from facility management software providers. Don’t forget to consider the amount of training you’ll need in order to get started, and whether the level of support on offer works for you. Finally, compare the offers and features available to make an informed choice.
While some facility management apps don’t use plans or blueprints at all, others, like PlanRadar, give facility managers the option to use both BIM models and 2D drawings. This is helpful when FM teams need to pin an issue to an exact location for an external vendor to resolve, or when they need to access data about an object on-site, like the installation date or the date of the last maintenance check. This lets you maintain a digital twin of your facility. PlanRadar also allows users to add geolocation for properties that are very large and where teams might need more context to work efficiently.
Cloud-based facility management software has a few different benefits. First of all, any data you collect is added to the Cloud and can be accessed by other team members in real-time. Secondly, by choosing reliable cloud-based software, you don’t have to worry about maintaining your own servers. The best cloud-based facility management apps take care of your data to the highest security standards so you can rest easy.
Yes. PlanRadar can support you when carrying out fire safety inspections or audits at your facility. Either use our pre-built fire safety audit template or create a custom version that collects all the specific data you need. Make sure fire extinguishers are properly maintained and replaced, check fire doors and make sure exit routes are clearly marked. You can also use PlanRadar to collaborate with fire safety experts as they install fire prevention features in your facility.
Read more about using PlanRadar for fire safety.
Yes. PlanRadar offers users an open API and webhooks, so if there’s a specific integration that you’re looking for, we can help you make it work. To make document sharing and plan management even easier, PlanRadar also integrates with Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive.
Read more about PlanRadar’s integrations
Yes, you can access a 30-day free trial of PlanRadar to try the software and test how it would work for your business. You can also contact our team for a free demonstration and consultation that will be tailored to your sector. You can then ask any specific questions that you might have.
Yes, our UK office is located at 24/25 The Shard, Office 25.05, 32 London Bridge Street, London SE1 9SG, United Kingdom. Please contact us in advance by phone to make an appointment: +44 20 396 629 06.