Does your asset management technology facilitate joint working?
Already, co-location and shared service opportunities have resulted in significant reductions in the operating and running costs of the estates of many authorities, and most are now moving towards using their asset management technology to support and underpin this strategic approach.
HOW DOES CONCERTO SUPPORT JOINT WORKING?
Concerto’s Technical Director, Steve De Rycke offers his insight into how asset management technology can support this process…
Concerto brings all property asset management functions under one integrated platform with a single overseeing system that works with the technology and people related to it. This collaborative approach extends to contractors, suppliers, home workers and partner organisations.
“We know property assets are vital to how a Local Authority delivers its service and Authorities across the UK are constantly looking at new ways to be more efficient to reduce the operating and running costs of their estate.” Says Steve. He continues, “There is no doubt that there is a strong collective procurement opportunity for asset management information systems. There is a need for a single set of estates data to be available to all related organisations so that joint occupation, management and disposal opportunities can be identified and acted upon”.
“Authorities are bringing together facilities under one roof and disposing of buildings and in the same way, we do this with our software – bring all property asset management functions under one integrated ‘roof’ with a single overarching system that works with the technology and people related to it. This collaborative approach extends to contractors, suppliers, home workers and partner organisations.”
“There are several ways in which our technology supports the joint working environment. Here are a few examples….”