Facility management can be divided into technical facility management (TFM), infrastructural facility management (IFM) and commercial facility management (KFM). Technical facility management comprises all services required for the operation and management of a building's structural and technical facilities. These are, for example, planned maintenance, information management, documentation and energy management. Infrastructural facility management supports all business services that improve the use of buildings. These are, for example, occupancy planning, fleet management, security management and janitorial services or winter services. Commercial facility management covers all commercial services (procurement management, contract management and rental management, operating cost management, etc.).
The facility management software or CAFM software listed in this market overview usually supports you in space management incl. the classic room data and enables efficient cleaning management. The CAFM software often also offers key management, extensive rental management and operating technology management. Furthermore, you will find solutions for Corporate Real Estate Management (CREM) and IWM systems (Integrated Workplace Management System), which support you in the value-oriented procurement, administration and marketing of real estate and the centrally supported property management.