Space Management

Learn how the FM:Systems Space Management module can centralise all your space and occupancy information and can allow you to view, maintain and manage your portfolio across multiple spaces, buildings and locations—no matter where you are.

Make Every Space Count

Imagine managing every space in every building in your portfolio–without leaving your computer. The Space Management module is designed to give facility professionals, department liaisons and executive management complete visibility into space and occupancy.

  • Take control of your entire physical space inventory including managing occupancy, allocations and charge backs
  • Reduce costs by better utilising your space, optimising occupant densities and eliminating or reducing vacancies
  • Increase accuracy, visibility and availability of space data by providing selective secure access to data, reports and floor plans to stakeholders within your organisation
  • Manage and classify space data by type, use, allocation and more in a completely secure and highly flexible web-based environment.
  • Quickly run reports from information tracked in the system including available space and occupancy.
  • Easily manage bi-directional integration with your existing AutoCAD and Revit facility drawings and models.



Visualise Your Facility Space in Powerful New Ways

This webinar showcases specific features that have been released as part of the Space Management module, including graphical theming, a function that allows you to select and apply graphical queries to floor plans from multiple graphic views, the ability to drag and drop and modify the graphic view legend, and more.

Your Facility Space Plans, Your Way

Graphic Theming gives users the ability to build and apply ad-hoc graphic views by selecting graphical elements from one or more graphic views and applying them to a floor plan. This demonstration will show you how you can colour code your facility floor plans with personalised ad-hoc graphic queries in the FM:Interact Space Management module.