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For Building Owners

Data is essential for a safe and efficient operation

For building owners and facilities management teams, data is essential for a safe and efficient operation. By collecting accurate data about the safety, maintenance, and operational efficiency of their equipment, they can make more informed decisions that will ensure a successful outcome.

Edocuments platform and provides simple import, export, or synchronisation of data between operation and maintenance manuals and the facilities management (FM) system.


Fire safety data for building owners

BS 8644-1 provides recommendations and guidance to manage fire safety information digitally throughout the life cycle of an asset. It sets out processes to achieve this for all parties responsible for fire safety. The standard has been developed to "bridge the gap" between the fire safety and information management sectors.

Data, the invaluable asset for building owners

Data is an invaluable asset for building owners, and by taking full advantage of it they can ensure a safe, smooth operation with maximum profitability. Investing in quality data analysis tools is therefore essential for any contractor who wants to succeed in today's competitive market.

By collecting and analysing the right kind of data, building owners are able to make better business decisions that lead to improved safety, operations and maintenance. As such, it is essential that they have access to the right data, and that they take advantage of it in order to get the most out of their business.

CAFM export formats

Edocuments platform has both generic and custom CAFM export formats.

More recently we are seeing many CAFM platforms request COBie as the data exchange format.

Edocuments platform as standard can import and export COBie.

Investing in data

Ongoing analysis of this data allows facilities management teams to identify potential problems before they happen, so that preventative measures can be taken to ensure the safety of their team and equipment. For example, they may be able to detect minor system malfunctions before they become more serious issues, or identify unsafe practices that could lead to accidents.

Data also provides insight into how operations are performing, allowing building owners to adjust their approach if necessary. This helps them find ways to improve efficiency while also reducing costs and increasing profits. Furthermore, data can be used to identify new opportunities for growth and expansion, as well as for identifying areas of improvement.