FSI invited to present at The Facilities Show

FSI invited to present at The Facilities Show

FSI (FM Solutions) Limited, Microsoft Gold partners and developers of the Concept™ range of Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) software, have been invited to present at The Facilities Show, 22-24 May 2007, Birmingham NEC.

Opening the proceedings at 11am on Tuesday 22nd May, FSI will co-present with client Norland, discussing the use of the Cognito mobile solution as part of FSI’s Concept™ solution used at Norland.  A requirement of Norland’s clients is to prove the completion of Risk Assessments (RA’s), but distributing the required paperwork to engineer’s as well as monitoring the completion and return of this paperwork was both difficult and time-consuming.  The introduction of Cognito streamlined these required processes and improved efficiencies.

FSI will also be exhibiting on stand C13 at The Facilities Show, including demonstrations of Digital Dashboard and Workflow.

Concept™ functionality includes: Helpdesk/Call Logging, Asset Management, Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM), Task Control, Work Permits, Fast Sign Off, Mobile Solutions, PFI Payment Mechanism Solution, Workflow for Business Process Automation, CAD Connect, Crystal Connect, Property & Estates Management, etc.  Services from FSI for Concept™ include Consultancy, Development, Training and Support.

About the speakers:

Irenee Van Den Ende
Irenee Van den Ende joined FSI in 2003, having managed the South African distributorship for the previous two years.  Irenee has been involved in delivering a number of key projects, specifically the deployment of real time mobile solutions within the Contractor and Service Provider sector. 

James Wimbleton
James Wimbleton joined Norland Managed Services in January 2006, initially to revive and then to develop and support the Concept™/Cognito mobile data solution for the Multi Site Services division.   In essence, James had to provide a platform which the engineers felt comfortable working with and more importantly wanted to use.