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New features in speedikon® C V4.2

A while ago we dedicated one of our blog posts to our speedikon® C Version 4.1. Well, we´ve just launched the latest Version 4.2 of speedikon® C and we are happy to announce some interesting features: We come up against one central problem in many of our projects: CAD floor plans are delivered by architects without closed…

Flexible Objects and Hierarchy Structures

We´ve mentioned the topic Flexibility (read about it here) in a couple of our blog-posts before. Little attention has been paid to a very important aspect within every single project of ours: Flexible Object- and Hierarchy Structures. We will change this with the following words. The master data structure in speedikon® C is exclusively dependant…

Tiles of the month: Specific Search Functions

We dedicated one of our latest blog posts to our powerful reporting and analysis tools (read more about it here). Today we will be digging into a similar topic with our tiles of the month: Specific Search Functions. In many cases a CAFM/IWMS system manages far over millions of objects and people. Thus, a customisable…

BIM – User Group

The process and data structure standardisation within the Building Information Modeling (BIM) sector has been discussed very actively for some years now. The direct practice relation is usually only briefly mentioned. In particular, topics essential for the FM industry, which has its focus set on the operation of buildings and assets, find only little attention.…

Reports & Evaluations in speedikon® C

We know the value of powerful reporting and search tools for analysing data within property management from our extensive project experience gathered in over 20 years of CAFM/IWMS business. Contemporary management reports or ad hoc enquiries coming from executive levels, evaluations as controlling tools, data lists for other departments or software systems, benchmarks, data queries…

speedikon® C – the epitome of flexibility

We´ve all been in this situation: a new system is rolled out and the user has to adapt to the interface, the process handling and the data structure. With speedikon® C we are following a different approach: The customer is not forced to adapt to the system because the system adapts fully to the customers’…

Tile of the month: Import

How is our alphanumerical and graphical data imported into speedikon® C? This is one of the key questions asked by many of our prospects and customers. We differentiate between alphanumerical and graphical imports. All imports are performed simply by any user (provided that the user is authorised to do so) via the systems interface. The import…