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If you are trying to get to grips with
the issues and problems raised by the data requirements
to meet the ODPM single-pot process without replacing
all your existing software, then tf. director is the
tf. director is specifically tailored
to the ODPM Asset Management Plans Good Practice Guidelines
issued in March 2000. It can be run as a standalone
package or can be seamlessly integrated to other software
packages including tf. facility, which captures Asset
The resulting solution integrates data
from multiple sources into a user friendly web site
which is electronically updated to provide Strategic
Management Information at the click of a mouse.
tf. director comprises a database that
is used to store and manage the data such as Property
Performance Indicators (pPIs) and SLA responses. This
in turn is linked to a web site for displaying and reporting
the information. The database can be updated from multiple
sources such as TF Systems, existing systems and spreadsheets
using the Government approved XML data exchange format.
Authorities can set their own objectives and performance
measures and can include benchmark information as required.
The web site can be configured locally to match corporate
web design standards with minimal effort. Links to documents,
meeting minutes, pictures etc. are handled through the
system administrator function making the dissemination
of information easy to achieve. The web site is automatically
updated with changes to the underlying data removing
the need for extensive web site management.
"tf. director allows an organisation to monitor the performance of their assets against defined criteria.
The application forms a key component of our leading integrated asset management product suite
and a number of clients will be using it to report on the national and local performance indicators."
The Technology Forge
|  Familiar MS Outlook interface
Transparent view on asset performance
User friendly drill down functionality to focus on specifics
Submit national and local Property Performance Indicators (pPIs)
Include locall defined KPSs and pPIs
Include data from other systems through XML
Consistent presentation of data across all platforms