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Facilities Management Software 

Our fmfirst® suite of applications has evolved over the past 15 years and combines Asckey’s extensive market experience and expertise with comprehensive, independently audited support provision and data security standards.

 

Key Benefits

  • Integrated suite of Applications
  • Comprehensive toolkit solutions
  • Reduced long-term costs
  • Increased productivity
  • Effective compliance management
  • Local hosting or cloud-based options *
  • Desktop & mobile compatibility

* contact us for more information

Introducing Our Facilities Management Software

Facilities Management Software - fmfirst estates

A fully integrated CAFM software solution that provides all of the essential functionalities required to support estates and facilities management, from Help Desk and Task Management to Mobile Task Management and SFG20 Reporting.

Facilities Management Software - fmfirst cleaning

fmfirst® Cleaning is a cloud-based cleaning audit management software used by NHS Trusts up and down the country to ensure safety and compliance. Compliant with the National Specifications for Cleanliness 2007 & PAS 5748:2014 standards.

Facilities Management Software - fmfirst survey

A cloud-based survey tool flexible enough to meet a wide range of audit styles which can be configured to match your unique needs. Key features include offline working capability, multi-platform compatibility and integration capability. Free demo available.

“The fmfirst® Estates application enables us to keep up to date with any changes in facilities management requirements, so we know we are always compliant with the latest industry standards”.

Simply Serve Ltd

“Asckey’s support service is second to none – they have always been very helpful and particularly quick to respond to and rectify any issues that arise”.

East Suffolk & North Essex NHS Foundation Trust

“fmfirst® Estates provides us with clear task progress visibility with improved communications using one single, centralised task management system.”

Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board