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Today equipment and facility management is a complex and time consuming challenge. More and more equipment falls under the inspection, certification and performance requirements of an outside agency or Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). The myriad national, state and local codes determine frequency and metrics for each step of the inspection process. Fines, shutdowns and lockouts often result from a missed inspection or the failure to renew a license or permit for a piece of equipment. With companies reducing staff and cutting costs the efficient management of the equipment and facilities inspection, scheduling, work order completion and timely preventative maintenance has become a difficult endeavor.

Life safety and building protection systems demand the highest degree of organization and attention to detail in order to protect the building occupants and contents from catastrophic events. Litigation often follows a building disaster and the ability to provide records and reports of the inspection history of the life safety and building protective systems is proof positive of the building owner and managements required and voluntary steps to protect both contents and occupants.

XLNT SystemViews™ software designed specifically to enable organizations to minimize the cost and effort to effectively define, schedule and accomplish preventative and required maintenance and code mandated inspections. The software was designed by life safety system specialists within the Life Safety and Building systems industry in concert with the technology specialists at XLNT Software Solutions Inc. The result is a software package that has been used in the management of installations, inspections and repairs in hunderds of businesses.

SystemViews™ is a concise set of integrated applications which are at the core of the Enterprise version of XLNT's software offering - ServiceViews™. The SystemViews™ suite focuses explicitly on the facilities under your control and the equipment requiring code mandated inspections, preventative maintenance, and repair or warranty management. Integrated with the facilities and equipment applications are the Employee records for those involved in each aspect of the FM function; Technicians, Building Managers, Equipment Supervisors and others. Vendor information is managed by the Vendor Maintenance application. The required work is defined in the work ticket application and the entire schedule of work and the technicians elected to do that work is graphically displayed in the Work Load scheduler.

The facility record allows you to define the physical facility. The facility record allows for the association of the building manager or supervisor and the primary contact at that facility with all of the attendant contact data. The facility record also displays the "systems" or equipment located in that building. While in the facility record a user can browse the list of "systems" or equipment and double clicking on a system will launch the System record. At a glance in the Facility record you can easily see the inspection dates for the building's systems. A filter allows you to review distinct system details for example; Fire Alarm Systems, Air Conditioning Systems, Generators, etc.

TReX provides a System record for the purpose of storing all of the important attributes of the system or equipment being described. Some of the notable information includes the system vendor, manufacturer, service AHJ, technician. Of course specific details of the system itself are available and many of the attributes are dynamic based upon the system type being displayed.

The system record allows you to enter the last inspection date and the required frequency from which future inspection dates are based. Work tickets can be created directly from the system record and the appropriate customer and technicians notified by email alerting them to the work requirement. Once created the tickets are automatically displayed on the graphical work load scheduler.

Sometimes it is important to track permits/licenses and other critical documentation, the system application provides this functionality. A work ticket view provides a listing and some details of all work tickets issued for this system or its sub-components. Critical sub components can also be defined in a table within the system application.

Work Tickets
The work ticket application provides the ability to define start and end times for each job required and includes the facility and service vendor information as well. Details of the work requirements or "services requested" and upon completion "services performed" details are stored with the work ticket. Each work ticket provides for a scanned or network accessible documents and images to be attached to and stored with the work ticket.

Work Load
The work load application is a graphical display of the work requirements by technician for a user selected data range. Conflicts are highlighted on the display. Double clicking an event on the display launches the underlying work ticket for review.

Universal Features
Each application in the SystemViews™ suite includes both a Summary Table and simple listing of the records in the table as well as a work bench or traditional application interface for data entry. All applications have a document tab and an image tab allowing any number of documents and images to be stored with the record.

The applications are housed or presented in the XLNT UBBİ or "Universal Business Browser" while appearing to be a traditional back office application interface the UBB is a true browser allowing secure remote application access from any internet connection, wireless browser capable device, or network appliance.

Each application uses a common set of user access conventions insuring a short learning curve and consistent user experience.

User management capabilities make the applications ideal for sharing with customers and vendors alike.

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