The challenge at hand was to equip the Works, Maintenance, and Facilities Surveillance Service at the University of Jaén with a comprehensive information and maintenance management system. This system needed to cope with all aspects related to the maintenance of its diverse facilities, offering a holistic view of the associated processes. The scope of the project was considerable. It covered the Lagunillas Campus in Jaén with its 21 buildings, the Linares Scientific and Technological Campus featuring 5 buildings, the centrally located Magisterio building in Jaén city, and the Geolit Scientific and Technological Park housing facilities dedicated to research.
A remarkable aspect of this undertaking was the need for swift implementation, especially for the Corrective Maintenance module, which had to be fully operational within a short timeframe from the project's initiation.
Additionally, the system had to seamlessly integrate via API with the existing authentication tool (SIDUJA) at the University of Jaén. This integration facilitated access for its users (PDI and PAS) to the Intranet services and streamlined entry into the maintenance management system.
Given the modular nature of the product, specific modules were selected from three functional areas of the solution: Buildings and Works, Space Management, and Maintenance and General Services Management. This was implemented into a SaaS (Software as a Service) cloud computing mode, Giving the University a competitive edge over its competitors.
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The new information system at the University of Jaén now offers several new advantages:
«Thanks to the comprehensive Facility Management solution, FAMA AFM, we have managed to integrate the management of maintenance, works and projects and the monitoring of contracts in a single, very intuitive platform; managing to optimize resources and processes and improve the services we provide»
Currently, through FAMA, UJA efficiently manages and maintains 5,910 inventory facilities across 35 buildings.
A total of 2,217 functional users are active users of the system, with 2,052 being PDI (Teaching and Research Staff) and PAS (Administration and Services Staff).
On average, FAMA processes and handles 805 service and corrective maintenance work orders each month.
An impressive 97% of service and corrective maintenance work orders generated through FAMA are successfully resolved.
Annually, through FAMA, approximately 22,300 preventive maintenance operations are generated for UJA facilities.
On a monthly basis, an average of 721 service requests and maintenance incidents are registered through FAMA
Registered users have access to a catalog of 118 service options and maintenance requests through FAMA.