The JENEsys/FacilityOne product provides for Web-based facilities management. With this product, real-time data, maintenance management, and cost budgeting can be applied to all assets from a single facility to a wide area network of facilities, the companies stated. The target users include hospitals, universities, K-12 school districts, military bases, REITS, and national retail/restaurant accounts.
"Combining JENEsys with C2's FacilityOne solution provides building owners and property managers with state-of-the-art tools that simplify asset management," said Dale Cain, CEO of C2 Facility Solutions. "We now provide a low entry-cost, Web-based solution that tracks and monitors a plethora of building equipment."
"Our combined solution supports Web access, open building protocols, interface into ERP and SQL-based IT systems, and provides real-time diagnostics on an M2M basis," said Terry Swope, president of Lynxspring. "And because it is Web based and service based, building owners are not required to purchase a thick client software package."
For more information about Lynxspring, visit www.lynxspring.com.
For more information about C2 Facility Solutions, visit www.c2fs.com.
Publication date: 06/19/2006