Facility Management Software: Secret Key to Startup Success


By Amit Prasad on June 22, 2016

One of the best ways to get an edge as a startup company is using facility management software. It determines how to most effectively lay out an office, divide space for various projects, assign space to different groups, and keep track of maintenances. A major advantage of such infrastructure is that much of the IT is taken care of for you. Here are other reasons this type of software can provide a foundation for a successful Startup.

Why Facility Management Software?

Facility management software provides a complete suite of tools for running a business. Not only does it allow you to manage a business from one centralized location, it allows you to divide your business into different modules. It additionally provides automation tools so that you can focus on the most important aspects of your business.

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Why Move To “The Cloud”?

It’s possible to run your business in the cloud using the SaaS model and a friendly user interface. The main three reasons businesses like this cloud platform is:-
  • It doesn’t need any effort on your part to maintain or manage it.
  • It’s effectively infinite in size, so you don’t need to worry about it running out of capacity.
  • You can access cloud-based applications and services from anywhere — all you need is a device with an Internet connection.
It’s also an easy setup that allows a business to migrate to the cloud within 24 hours. The cloud helps cut costs and accelerate productivity. It’s a secure solution that frees a lot of your budget spent on security maintenance and other IT services. You are more likely to have zero downtime with a safe cloud solution than by using on-site servers. FMs using SaaS model can rest assured knowing that if a failure does strike, their information won’t be sabotaged and can easily be accessed for immediate responses, even if on-site hardware is crashed.

The ROI of Cloud Migration

Cloud based FMS cuts out the high cost of hardware. You simply pay as you go and enjoy a subscription-based model that’s kind to your cash flow. Moving your business to the cloud provides the best opportunities for return on investment, by up to 25 percent. By streamlining your operations with customized solutions, you will be able to speed up workflows and create a more productive work environment. Once you develop better efficiency at managing employees and allocating workloads, your overall business can potentially increase its profit margins. The software is very helpful in providing you with plenty of data about your business, so that you can analyze areas where it can be more efficient.
“According to the 2016 State of the Cloud report: this year’s growth for businesses planning to embrace to a cloud setting are trending upward with 29 percent of all SMBs by 2017 and by 51 percent by 2020.”

Statoistics for companies running entirely in the cloud