Case Study: Churchill Academy And Sixth Form
Read how Churchill Academy and Sixth Form have saved time and money by using AltoSites for their asset, maintenance and compliance needs.
Case Study: Derwen College
Improving maintenance and compliance processes was a key priority for the college’s estates and faclities teams. Improving communication and understanding with other colleagues was also a key focus. Read how AltoSites has helped achieve these objectives.
Reducing School Capital and Maintenance Costs
In this eBook discover how shared services can help provide better value for money in capital and maintenance programmes.With a focus on schools and academies in Multi-Academy Trusts, Federations, Chains or other forms of collaboration this eBook explores how shared services can benefit smaller groupings of schools as well as larger ones.
School and Workplace Maintenance Management
Read this white paper to discover a new perspective on school and workplace maintenance management software – one in which ‘Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication’.
School Business Managers, asset managers, site and facilities managers can now benefit from a highly visual, spatial approach to managing assets in an easily accessible and affordable way.
7 Ways New Software is Transforming Premises Compliance
Read this eBook to discover 7 ways new software technology is benefiting SBM’s, Bursars, asset, facilities and premises managers.
How Visualisation Benefits Multi-School Asset Management
Read this eBook to discover how the increased use of data visualisation benefits SBM’s, bursars, asset, facilities and premises managers.
A step back from the cutting edge
In this article in AECNext the editor explores how we’re introducing technological innovation to the FM sector – especially to the education and SME markets.It describes how the use of fit-for-purpose technology, such as 360 degree photospheres and meta-Augmented Reality, can improve the way buildings and assets are maintained.
*Please note there’s no download – simply click the image to read the article.