Richard Ham

In-House or SaaS FM Software? Your Top 6 Questions Answered

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By the FMClarity Team If you’ve worked for a large organisation, you may have experienced the “joys” of dealing with internally developed legacy systems. But what about scoping and developing a fully-fledged software system from the get-go? Surely this would capture all the bells and whistles your team needs and be customised to fit your …

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The Unlikely Historical Connection between Comic Books and Preventative Maintenance

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By the FMClarity Team By most measures, Facilities Management is not the most exciting industry. But even in that context, surely Preventative Maintenance (PM) is the least blood-pumping aspect of the job – scheduled, routine checking of equipment and assets to nip any (potentially exciting) disasters in the bud. Preventative Maintenance as a standard practice …

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GenU Introduces Game-Changing FMClarity

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Melbourne, VIC Release: April 2019. GenU has unveiled its collaboration with FMClarity (FMC) to bring the management of its ~200 strong property portfolio to the next level. GenU is a merger of two trusted and respected organisations, Karingal and St Laurence, and has over 60 years of history in creating and delivering innovative services and …

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FM in Aged Care – Wrong tools for the Job?

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As Australia’s population ages and transitions evermore to a service economy, the aged care industry will continue to employ more people and distinguish itself from the wider healthcare sector. As of 2016, aged care alone accounted for the direct employment of 350,000 Australians, making it already one of the biggest concentrations of service labour. Within …

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Requiem for the Cleaners – On So-Called Soft Services

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  Mankind has endless capacity for speciation. We simply cannot resist the urge to define one thing without contrasting it with another, and often in a way that is implicitly judgmental. Sometimes explicitly. We do it with race, with religion, with sports, with systems of government – if there’s more than one way to do …

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