Managing Risk with Total Asset Visibility

Disaster scenarios are inevitable. For this reason property managers must anticipate the unknown by developing contingency plans. The highest level of risk when facing a tragedy is uncertainty. Failing to act decisively will only serve to magnify the detrimental effects of the disaster scenario.

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Cost Saving Opportunities Every Property Manager Should Use

A property manager’s first move when balancing the annual budget is to look into the “Property, Plant and Equipment” (PPE) line on the balance sheet. Today, savvy decision makers are realizing that proactively managing their resources will result in dramatic capital savings. A proactive approach to property management will also increase the organization’s Return On […]

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Best Practices for Effective Property Management

Property Management Organizations (PMOs) can generally break down their responsibilities into the following categories: asset acquisition, asset identification, records, physical inventory, utilization and asset moves, reports, maintenance, and self-assessments. Not surprisingly these responsibilities mirror the life-cycle of an asset. Accordingly, it is necessary to develop a set of inventory management best practices, which will serve […]

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Grant Allocations Require Creativity, Collaboration

Inadequate funding is the Achilles’ heel of many emergency management organizations. Funding as, or rather lack of funding, appears to be the major obstacle preventing incident commanders from accomplishing their mission critical tasks. In today’s age of restricted budgets every property manager and incident commander needs to become more creative in the way they identify […]

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