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Check here for the latest whitepapers from leading ARCHIBUS professionals.

  1. 6 Steps to Help Achieve Successful ADA Compliance
  2. Creating an IWMS Implementation Plan
  3. ARCHIBUS - SAP Integration
  4. The Federal Real Property Reduction Goal: Ensuring Successful Space / Cost Rationalization
  5. Telecommuting Imperative in Federal Government
  6. From Lonely BIM to Social BIM: Moving Beyond Design to FM
  7. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Real Estate, Infrastructure, and Facilities Managers
  8. Moving Move Management Into The 21st Century
  9. How to Select a TIFM System
  10. ARCHIBUS Foundation Concepts: Extending ARCHIBUS throughout an Organization—from Needs Analysis to Value Proposition
  11. Moving from BIM to EIM
  12. TIFM Addresses Key Healthcare Issues
  13. In Control with Fleet Management

  1. 6 Steps to Help Achieve Successful ADA Compliance

    The neweada1st ADA requirements encompass policy changes, updates to old standards, and new standards that affect both public and private entities. These standards will apply to any new construction or renovation work going forward and covered by ADA provisions in such venues as: places of public gathering; lodging; places of exhibition/entertainment; service establishments; places of education; state and local government facilities, etc.
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  2. Creating an IWMS Implementation Plan

    The increased information available through an Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) impacts every part of an organization and can dramatically increase the enterprise’s productivity in managing real estate, infrastructure, and facilities. Assessing the IWMS opportunity provides a better understanding of the potential benefits that can be optimized with an IWMS implementation. And an IWMS Needs Analysis maps the route to the successful utilization of your information and systems.
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  3. ARCHIBUS - SAP Integration

    This White Paper provides an overview of ARCHIBUS application integration with SAP R/3 and discusses the potential benefits of such an undertaking. The same principles can be applied to SAP ERP, successor of SAP R/3.
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  4. The Federal Real Property Reduction Goal: Ensuring Successful Space / Cost Rationalization

    “For decades, the Federal Government, the largest property owner and energy user in the United States, has managed more real estate than necessary to effectively support its programs and missions.
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  5. Telecommuting Imperative in Federal Government

    Legislative and administrative mandates to reduce the federal property portfolio are being accompanied by alternative workplace programs such as telecommuting, so employees can work from home or at satellite offices closer to home. These programs help minimize the need for excess office space while achieving desired flexible workspace, employee satisfaction, and environmental sustainability objectives.
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  6. From Lonely BIM to Social BIM: Moving Beyond Design to FM

    Most A/E/C Professionals agree that the basic goal of BIM is to decrease the economic, social, and environmental costs associated with a building by sharing information about the building more freely. Historically, groups involved in a building’s lifecycle have spent unnecessary time and money re-creating building data over and over again. BIM has allowed groups to share data and compare work to avoid making costly mistakes.
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  7. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Real Estate, Infrastructure, and Facilities Managers

    In the search for improving organizational performance, more and more real estate, infrastructure and facilities managers are using Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as benchmarks against which progress in saved time or money can be measured. This white paper looks at how managers in a variety of sectors are incorporating these performance metrics, some industry-standard and others organization-specific, to improve business processes and organizational bottom lines.
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  8. Moving Move Management Into The 21st Century

    The right move management solution keeps MAC costs low while keeping corporate productivity high. Commonly used spreadsheet-based approaches to tracking move information may let too many details fall through the cracks and are subject to data corruption and integrity issues. Free-standing software solutions that are not integrated with ERP or other systems may lack the basic data-sharing and collaborative capabilities needed to ensure that people, and the resources on which they depend, get to the right locations in the right sequence and on the right day.
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  9. How to Select a TIFM System

    To ensure success, organizations realize they must use every information technology tool at their disposal to improve business efficiency, rationalize resource utilization, and reduce costs.
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  10. ARCHIBUS Foundation Concepts: Extending ARCHIBUS throughout an Organization—from Needs Analysis to Value Proposition

    Once ARCHIBUS has been successfully implemented and proven its value to an organization, it is not uncommon for other departments to discover that they can also benefit by using other ARCHIBUS applications to access this “gold standard” of information.
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  11. Moving from BIM to EIM

    If we are to develop and deploy world-class total infrastructure and facility management systems (TIFM) we must embrace the opportunities afforded to us through the utilization of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Enterprise Information Modeling (EIM). BIM techniques have been in active, funded development for well over a decade, yet their practical impact outside of the design and construction professions has been limited. BIM has had surprisingly little impact on real estate portfolio management practice or effect on the bottom line as measured by organizations’ enterprise resource planning systems. This White Paper looks at BIM techniques and adoption, and BIM’s successes and challenges. It then examines how the traditional BIM perspective can be extended using more modern enterprise techniques, such as service-oriented architecture (SOA) approaches.
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  12. TIFM Addresses Key Healthcare Issues

    Healthcare organizations today face many challenges, from rising malpractice insurances to evolving industry regulations to increased competition for efficient treatment and care. This paper will describe how Total Infrastructure and Facilities Management (TIFM) solutions, with their integrated data and flexible reporting capabilities, can help healthcare organizations maximize reimbursements, mitigate against risk, and make better strategic planning decisions while reducing operating costs and meeting regulatory compliance requirements.
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  13. In Control with Fleet Management

    Whether you are responsible for managing corporate, government or institutional fleets, the ARCHIBUS Fleet Management solution helps you respond to mission-critical needs. Read how you can gain control over your fleets with tools to manage usage, repairs, preventive maintenance, and inventory, while integrating vehicle management with other facilities and infrastructure information to produce unified financial reports.
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Whitepapers

"By consolidating scattered operations, we expect significant savings in energy costs, space needs, and staff time. Over a 15-year time frame, we project $44 million in lease savings."

Joe Waters
Director of Facilities Management
Johnson County, KS