Teams and individuals can receive work orders assigned to them through a browser, personal computer, tablet, or smart phone. They can update work orders and indicate when activities are completed from any of these devices.
The work order is its own Business Object, allowing facilities-based processes to follow their own workflow and not impact or limit the ability of IT to configure Incident Management to their requirements.
- Work orders capture critical information, including building, facilities specific categorization, etc.
- Assignment to facilities and property management teams automatically track time, labor, and material costs that are associated with the work effort.
- You can attach invoices or other documentation directly to work orders.
- Links to the project, building, and equipment provide a complete view of the costs and impact of the work performed.
- Includes the ability to include proposal information from the supplier for work and materials that are contracted out.
- Recurring work orders can be automated for pre-scheduled work based on selected frequency and start date.
- Specifics Forms include:
- Facilities - Contract - Lease
- Facilities - Contract - Standard
- Facilities - Copy Service
- Facilities - ID Badge
- Facilities - Mail Room Service
- Facilities - Research
- Facilities - Scanning Service
- Facilities - Storage
Recurring Work Orders
Recurring work orders are scheduled during the work order process. When the Recurring Maintenance subcategory is selected on the master work order, users can automatically schedule future work orders. After selecting a schedule (frequency, start date, and number of recurring work orders), related work orders that will be processed in the future are automatically generated, with the Owned by Team and other key fields brought over from the master work order. Future work orders are presented in a Dashboard Grid based on their proposed start dates.
Figure: Recurring Work Orders