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FSI and Intuitive BI Share Key Integrations 

FSI and Intuitive BI Share Key Integrations 
12 January 2021

FSI, the Concept Evolution CAFM/IWMS technology provider, and Intuitive BI, the data visualisation tool company, have shared news of some recent successful integrations.

By integrating Concept Evolution CAFM/IWMS with the Intuitive BI dashboards, clients have access to the right data at the right time. Data drives businesses forward, but only if used effectively. This partnership of products allows complete insight through clear and comprehensive display.

Data from Concept Evolution, and indeed other third-party sources, is presented in the easy-to-digest visual format that comes from Intuitive BI. From asset management and PPM, to resource efficiency and workload, clients can observe, assess and distribute key metrics from completely configurable dashboards. 

The below video explains a little more about the offering:


Reactive and Planned Maintenance Services


Recent successful integrations include a university in the Midlands with approx. 24,000 students from 80 countries. The client invested heavily in their estate, including a major expansion of their city-centre campus, providing students with an enviable range of facilities. 

They use Intuitive BI from both a reactive and planned perspective to ensure that the services they deliver across their wide and diverse property portfolio can be graphically represented to enable early identification of issues and SLA adherence with the ability to drill through to the tasks in hand.


Viewing Live Performance Data


Another client is an organisation who undertakes world-leading research into understanding the biology of how our bodies work, including what changes as we age and during disease. They use Intuitive BI across their research campus to empower their users and provide live performance-related information directly through a system that they trust. 

The estates team have created their own custom widgets to provide the specific information that each tenant requires. The driver behind this was to minimise the administrative burden on the estates team having to create different reports and provide these on a weekly basis. Now they can provide their clients with the freedom to view their own data and the quality of the service delivery at any time directly through Intuitive BI.


Contract Management 


Thirdly, a national service provider, delivering FM services across schools, government and defence organisations. They use Intuitive BI to obtain an operational view across their contracts, managing a number of diverse contracts, some of which include PFI and require a unique method of viewing data graphically. 

Decisions are made with confidence using intelligent data, and warnings are provided graphically. With the tight integration with Concept Evolution, users can drill down into the system to resolve issues immediately.

Roger Stocker, CEO of Intuitive BI, said of the ongoing partnership with FSI: “FSI had a simply outstanding year with us in 2020, growing their sales by over 20 per cent for the second year running. 

“We continually receive fantastic feedback for the whole business. Starting with one very successful salesperson in Karl Broom (our salesperson of the year in 2019), the approach has been rolled out to the whole sales team with many successes in 2020. The FSI technical team regularly pull out all the stops to get solutions up and running quickly, and the finance department is exceptionally efficient in processing orders”.

Picture: a graphic showing a computer screen with some bar charts

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 12 January 2021


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