As one might expect at a university with more than 250 research, administrative and academic departments occupying 11 million square feet, maintaining current space-use data at University of Massachusetts – Amherst (UMass) is an ongoing challenge for its facility management department.

UMass needed to automate and integrate previously manual processes and disconnected systems that hampered facilities planning, space management and indirect cost recovery.

Read the IBM case study―UMass Amherst integrates space-use data across 250 departments―to learn how UMass increased efficiency across space-use data collection and reporting processes, providing decision makers with a single source for current and reliable data and floor plans.

“[IBM] TRIRIGA is an enterprise-wide decision-support platform that not only improves the quality and accessibility of our campus space data but standardizes it in a way that allows everyone … to use it in ways they never could before.” says Rooney.,” says Pam Rooney, assistant director of facilities planning, University of Massachusetts Amherst

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