Ensure non-IT devices connected to the network are secure.
Empower your technicians with the right tools to do their best work.
Track and analyze projects, all from one place.
Manage your real estate from one single, connected platform.
Optimize space, enable reservations, edit floorplans, and much more.
Enable your field technicians with mobility to track and report their work.
Track energy usage, and deliver savings in one connected platform.
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Allow research, facilities and IT teams to make science work better, together.
Orchestrate the people, places, and things needed to uphold the mission.
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Connect space planning, and facilities management for a united experience.
Make data-driven decisions with a modern, connected solution.
Keep up with the modern day needs of the connected generation.
Reduce overhead, and improve the employee experience with one solution.
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This 60-minute webinar features experts Ray Laxton of Sutter Health and Kyle Holetz of Nuvolo, as they discuss what you can do now within your CMMS to make your healthcare organization more prepared to respond quickly to the next big emergency. Hospitals have experienced emergencies that took the form of pandemics, earthquakes, fires, floods, tornados, hurricanes, accidents, man-made attacks, and the list goes on. By their very nature, emergencies are unpredictable, but Sutter Health has developed tools within its CMMS for ensuring it’s more prepared when the next emergency occurs – whatever form that emergency takes.