PITTSFORD, N.Y. (PRWEB) October 28, 2020
MasterLibrary today announced ML Binders, the newest product in their suite of facility management applications for the K12 market. ML Binders is an electronic facility records (EFR) solution that brings together the complete collection of facility records, drawings and documentation for a building. It also acts as a historical archive of building and project information and is critical in the building management lifecycle. With ML Binders, facility professionals have a secure way to organize, access and collaborate with their facility records.
“We are excited about the launch of ML Binders, as it fills a huge hole for facility professionals and the management of all of the records, drawings and information they are responsible for,” says Tom Rauscher, President at MasterLibrary. “Quick and easy access to facility and asset information will lead to better decision making in the operations of a building and ensure key facility operations personnel and contractors have the most up to date information on school floorplans in their community.”
Features and benefits of ML Binders include
- Customizable folders and file tagging for easy search and access to files
- Supporting zip files to transfer complete folders and subfolders without disorganizing the contents
- Sharing version-controlled links of building floorplans with outside entities like first responders or contractors
- Integration into ML Work Orders to submit and track work requests and access important asset information
ML Binders will be available starting 10/26/20. For more information, visit https://www.masterlibrary.com/ml-binders.html.
About MasterLibrary: MasterLibrary provides integrated cloud-based facility management applications for K-12 school districts. With school districts in over 30 states, MasterLibrary strives to be the affordable, comprehensive, and user-friendly solution for efficient facilities management. At MasterLibrary, we believe that technology in the educational space includes smart ways to manage the "Where".