CAFM (Computer-Aided-Facility-Management)

“CAFM” gives you an overview of all important data on your rented and/or owned buildings – this saves costs and uses real estate more efficiently.

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Would you like to optimise your facility management processes?

Nowadays, it is impossible to imagine a process-oriented and strategically organised facility management without CAFM systems. This applies not only to large private production and service companies, but also to public administrations, research institutions and universities, especially when the building stock is managed in-house.

The demands on facility management are very high. In order to meet the demands of FM, many different tasks must be carried out efficiently and effectively. Facility managers have to manage more and more assets, more diverse asset portfolios and larger teams. They also have to ensure the safety of buildings and provide a healthy and comfortable environment for occupants and users. At the same time, they should increase the profitability of the properties they manage.

CAFM core modules

Area Management

Through space management, buildings, floors and rooms can be stored and linked to staff, cost centres or stocks and queried in real time.

Inventory management

With the inventory module, you can manage the entire physical and digital inventory as well as monitor and view usage and operating costs.


With the “Helpdesk” module, tasks are automatically assigned to the responsible staff.

Advantages of CAFM

Cost clarity

By analysing property repair, maintenance and servicing records, facility managers identify those areas that generate the most costs and offer the greatest potential for savings.

Actual state

By means of CAFM software, the operators and caretakers of properties have an overview of the current status. This includes, for example, planned work on specific equipment, histories of past measures, guarantees and impairments.


Facility managers no longer have to rely on external contractors. Using a software solution, they store all relevant data on subcontractors, such as locations, professional qualifications and contact information in one place.


Once all relevant data is integrated into one system, it can be easier to keep it up to date. Different data structures can be linked. Key figures are easy to create. The organisation can in turn be optimised by key people.

CAFM makes a direct contribution to optimising management costs. The software supports property management and ensures that inspections, maintenance, repairs and other tasks are carried out more efficiently.



Does your FM organisation currently have the necessary transparency regarding the key figures of areas, external service providers or technical facilities?


Are inspection, maintenance and repair measures documented in such a way that they also indicate that the obligations arising from the operator's responsibility have been fulfilled?


Do you support related FM processes so that staff can concentrate on their core tasks?


Can the FM organisation continue to ensure that the main processes of the company/management are not jeopardised by the suboptimal support of the secondary processes?


Do the IT resources used still meet the requirements and possibilities of modern software? Do they communicate in an integrated way in the respective IT environment?

CAFM in use

Only a living system brings multiple benefits.

The CAFM system is in motion. New data and requirements have been added, others can be deleted. The technology is constantly adapting to the requirements. If one continues to observe technological progress, the financial target-performance comparison is not always self-evident, but equally important. Meaningful and reliable data as well as diverse evaluations and reports show the advantages of the system.

With results you can provide important arguments for management, but in some cases internal company needs will arise from them. A prerequisite for the economic success of CAFM is a lasting, sustainable and strategic approach to the subject. This matter is too costly for a half-hearted introduction. Who is prepared to be responsible for this?

Our technology partnerships


The simple beginning of something big!

There are always more challenges: New objects, new requirements, new users, new data.

This requires changes and adjustments. CAFM is in a constant state of change, which must be met.

We support you in your introduction to the CAFM world.