It's that time year again - the countdown for summer break is a universal experience shared by both students and staff in schools across America. Summer break is a time to recharge and relax before preparing to start a new school year. But have you ever wondered why we have summer break? And a question that's gaining more momentum these days, is summer break the smartest approach from an educational standpoint? Let's dive in.
Since the introduction of ML Drawings a year ago, the concept of location-based asset mapping has gained popularity in the facilities management space. And why shouldn't it? The ability to digitize your floor plans and place and view your assets on those drawings makes a lot of sense. Your maintenance team will have an easier time identifying where assets live and you will cut down the back and forth of locating assets when working with third parties. Since the introduction of ML Drawings, we have continued to evolve the product. Here's a look at four more recent features of the application.
We held our Quarter 1 User Group webinar last week to highlight some of the new features we have released this past quarter. With a record turnout, we touched on some of the high impact new features for ML Schedules, ML Work Orders and ML Binders. Below is a highlight of the content we covered in the meeting. As always, a big "thank you" to our passionate users who provide us with many of the new feature ideas each quarter.
With that, let's take a closer look!
ML Schedules now integrates with Events2HVAC . Events2HVAC™ software automates HVAC scheduling by integrating room schedules to HVAC controls for true building automation.
At MasterLibrary, we are committed to the integrity, longevity and effectiveness of our customers’ facility data. As such, we have adopted the EFRStandard.Org standard asset fields for asset management across the suite of our software products. EFR Standard Fields are built for the modern facility accommodating many asset types that are based on smart, IP connected buildings, but still incorporate many of the classic asset types found in Uniformat and Masterformat standards.