Download the ‘Requirements gathering’ eBook

A 14-page eBook featuring expertise and insight from CAFM experts.

In our latest guide, you’ll learn how to embark on a successful CAFM implementation and discover the four main elements of the process for gathering your requirements:

  • Maintaining control of the process
  • Establishing your reasons for change
  • Building your stakeholder group
  • Asking the right questions
A 14-page eBook featuring expertise and insight from CAFM experts.

Download your copy of Urgent’s eBook: ‘Requirements gathering: The foundation of successful CAFM implementation’.

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Redefine your role and lead meaningful change.

‘Requirements gathering: The foundation of successful CAFM implementation’ explores how you can reshape perceptions of the FM’s role in a business. Prove your ability to lead through the process of gathering and defining requirements, while demonstrating your:

  • Understanding of strategy - by assessing requirements against key goals and success factors
  • Diplomacy and leadership - through your ability to consult with stakeholders, manage competing priorities and resolve conflict
  • Competency - by managing the entire process and transforming ‘wish lists’ into tangible outcomes
“If the FM profession doesn’t assume the workplace leadership role, someone else will.”
—IWFM
A 14-page eBook featuring expertise and insight from CAFM experts.
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The make or break.

The process of gathering the requirements of your CAFM project is critical. It’s make or break. It justifies your course of action and sets the priorities of the investment. Get it wrong and you could end up with a system that sounds good on paper, but doesn't deliver the value or the benefits your specific organisation needs.

Get it right, and you will be on track to change perceptions of the FM role itself, capitalising on growing awareness of the importance of wellbeing in the workplace and the people who work to improve it.

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