ROCHESTER, N.Y., April 27, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- MasterLibrary announced the launch of ML Drawings, the newest product in their suite of facility management applications for the K12 market. ML Drawings is an interactive floor plan tool that allows users to map their building assets using icon based stamps that get placed directly on the digital version of their floor plan drawings. Each asset stamp can be filled with specific information regarding the individual asset being placed on the drawing.
ML Drawings provides an easy and affordable way for facility professionals to map their assets themselves or provide it as the tool in which third party contractors use when surveying. Prior to the release of ML Drawings, mapping assets required expensive and complex software tools or the help of a third party that often left behind paper or static drawings.
"We are excited about the launch of ML Drawings and the capabilities it now gives facility professionals," says Tom Rauscher, President at MasterLibrary. "For our users to easily create a digital version of their building through the use of ML Drawings, it will make it easier for the facility departments to view their assets and be more efficient at maintaining them. "
ML Drawings comes with a two-way integration into ML Work Orders - MasterLibrary's work order system. This integration allows users to schedule work orders and preventative maintenance tasks directly from the asset stamp, as well as view more information on the asset in ML Work Orders.
ML Drawings will be available starting 4/26/21. For more information, visit https://www.masterlibrary.com/ml-drawings.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".
Mike Holihan, MasterLibrary, +1 (585) 504-2070, [email protected]