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School Facilities Management Software

Facilities management
built for a new K-12.

Better K-12 facilities starts with better facilities management. With iiQ Facilities, maintenance staff are better equipped with powerful tools to create, organize and work maintenance requests.

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Trusted by IT Professionals in Districts Across 48 States

LISD

Lewisville ISD (TX)

Knox County Schools

Knox County (TN)

CCS

Cherry Creek (CO)

Dekalb County (GA)

Work Order Creation

Powerful, straightforward
work order creation.

iiQ Facilities features a fully customizable, step-by-step guide that helps users submit data-rich maintenance requests in seconds. For recurring tasks, schedule preventative maintenance work orders in a click with ticket templates.

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Work Order Management

Knock out work orders
with a powerful set of tools.

iiQ Facilities contains advanced features that help maintenance teams efficiently organize, assign, and get work orders closed quickly.

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Mobile Facilities Management

All the school facilities
tools you need in one place
(drill not included).

Incident IQ Mobile contains the same powerful facilities maintenance tools found on the desktop. Available on iOS and Android, Incident IQ Mobile helps maintenance teams get more done on the go.

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Facilities Management Analytics

Manage team effort
with detailed analytics.

Track team performance, work order response time, and frequently encountered maintenance issues with detailed, customizable reports that track hundreds of data points.

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iiQ Facilities is the best way for districts to support:

Electrical Issues

Heating/Cooling Requests

Plumbing Issues

Equipment Checkout

Grounds Requests

Custodial Requests

School Facilities Management FAQ

What is facilities management in schools?

It is the maintenance and regular service of a school district’s buildings, equipment, and overall physical infrastructure.

Facilities management in schools is carried out by a Facilities Manager who oversees a group of school technicians, cleaning, and facilities support staff.

Why is educational facilities management software needed in schools?

Facilities management helps school districts ensure the proper upkeep and maintenance of their physical infrastructure. A clearly defined service and maintenance process allows K-12 Facilities Managers and technicians to schedule preventative maintenance, complete work orders, and quickly respond to emergency maintenance requests.

How can I increase work order completion and decrease response times in my district?

Outstanding work orders are typically caused by one of three things: The work order request was deprioritized, there was not a technician available to handle the request, or there was an oversight by the facilities team.

Each of these issues is the result of poor work order management. School facilities management software allows facilities teams to increase work order response times by automating work order assignments based on issue type, location, or current workload.

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