Let’s face it, the number of issues school districts face never ends. When we ask most school leaders where the current, short and long term list of priorities resides, they often defer to whomever has the Excel spreadsheet that day.
Imagine having a complete list of all identified needs rolled up to the macro level to show the complete list of projects on the horizon for the school district, not on paper but available anywhere you need it – your tablet, laptop and even your phone.
What if you could then take that master list of projects and seamlessly drill into the micro level at the campus to look at the project type, replacements, new construction, renovation or even by schedule and budget range.
Impossible? On an Excel spreadsheet you would be absolutely right.
On Facility Insite, this is not only possible but how effective school districts are documenting, organizing and planning for current and future needs effectively.
Drill Down Dashboard
As with other key areas within Facility Insite, district school leaders can seamlessly drill into the data to share responsive visuals that effectively communicate the volume of needs the district faces.
Do you need to look at how many roofs need to be replaced, how many campuses need their windows upgraded, or how many issues a particular school is facing?
With a simple click of a button, leaders can dive directly into projects specifics, with timelines, proposed budgets impact and backup data such as the most recent assessment detail.
Campus Project Detail One Click Away
Easily look at identified projects broken down by campus with a straightforward, organized approach that helps keep all priorities visible to district personnel, school boards and even constituents.
All your data is available at the click of a button so you can analyze specific details and understand everything about your project.
Prevent Getting Overwhelmed
The number one complaint we hear from school district leaders is the disconnection of data and the sense of overwhelm.
Facility Insite simplifies the process and prevents information overload by organizing data in a way that is easily digestible. Leaders can easily identify projects by age, priority, planned obsolescence and even performance reliability.
Data should never feel overwhelming or oppressive. Facility Insite turns data into action.