Facility management platform

Though you may have a good idea what Facilitron is, this overview will help you gain a better understanding of why using Facilitron is important for your organization.


FACILITRON IS A DIGITAL PLATFORM FOR TRACKING FACILITY USE

Facilitron is a facility management platform for public facility organizations such as schools, colleges and municipalities designed to help them track, manage, and analyze how and when their facilities are being used.

 Facilitron logo and short description on computer screen

FACILITRON IS A CALENDAR & RESERVATION REQUEST SYSTEM

In one place, Facilitron allows you to:

  1. View all of the activities occurring at your school or district in a centralized calendar
  2. Schedule or reserve school and district facilities
  3. Manage facility use requests that come in from the community


FACILITRON IS A PARTNERSHIP

Facilitron partners with facility owner organizations to assist you as needed with dedicated account managers and a customer support team that are always ready when you need them.


FACILITRON TAKES YOUR CURRENT PROCESS AND MAKES IT ONLINE AND DIGITAL

While it may be new to you and perhaps even new to your district, Facilitron is a powerful tool that has been customized to work like a digital version of your current process and an extension of your district's policies. Only it's been designed to speed up scheduling and save administrative time over old processes like pen and paper.


Remember, even though your organization is using Facilitron's online platform your school and district continue to manage approvals and remain in complete control of how and when your facilities are used.


THE NEW PROCESS PROVIDES VALUABLE DATA

Though it's a transition to a new process, Facilitron provides a new level of operational intelligence on facility use to help districts understand the effectiveness of their facility use policies, to make better decisions on planning, energy management, recovery cost management, reducing liability and maximizing utilization.


To learn more, watch this short video for an overview.