Includes help desk, task management, cleaning audits, survey tools,
SFG20 and PLACE modules
We understand that not all Facilities departments are the same. With over 20+ years’ experience, Asckey have a detailed understanding of the changing needs of the FM sector.
Our core CAFM product fmfirst® is developed using the very latest technical innovation and our close customer relationships. Our regular feedback groups and on-site visits ensure we have first-hand knowledge of current FM users needs in order to provide the best possible software solutions.
fmfirst's fully integrated, flexible CAFM software modules are developed with direct input from system users and the application of the very latest web and mobile technology and ISO quality standards.
fmfirst® supports maximum site efficiency and staff productivity, simply and effectively. Now available with optional SFG20 module.
Fmfirst CAFM/SFG20 integration includes both core and industry specific modules with for example over 100 HTM healthcare sector schedules specifically designed for hospitals, NHS Trusts, dentists, vets and doctors’ surgeries.
Gain access to the very latest industry guidelines for compliance to both statutory and industry standard maintenance requirements.
Eliminate complex on-site application storage and data management issues.
Asckey's remote application hosting via our N3 (now HSCN) hosting network, enables secure system access and essential service continuity.
Intuitive, flexible, innovative, targeted and secure
Your first choice for cost effective CAFM software
fmfirst® supports improved site wide efficiency and productivity
Developed specifically for and in liaison with NHS Trust Managers
Complimentary range of modules cover the key areas of estates management
Intuitive work flows and simplified windows based functionality
fmfirst cleaning has been developed in-line with current Care Quality Commission guidelines, National Specification for Cleanliness 2007 and the proposals contained in PAS5748:2011
On-going, interactive user feedback groups contribute towards system development to ensure that functionality truly reflects the needs and realities of today's NHS