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Integrating in>form into The Riverside Group’s asset management strategy

“in>form makes asset management easy for us,” says Lorraine Boyle, Assistant Finance Director at The Riverside Group.

“We wanted a transparent system that we could use nationally across the Group, so it reflected our One Riverside approach and in>form met those requirements.

Flexible reporting has been missing from the previous systems we commissioned, so being able to explain what we wanted to Fusion21 from the outset – and have it tailored to our requirements – has been really helpful.

Ensuring full accountability through critical path analysis is easy on in>form, and allows us to police our finance and cash flow effectively for all of our work streams running through it.

Our vision is for the Group’s £38 million planned asset maintenance programmes to go through the system. We are already well on the way to meeting this target and our national painting programme will be next to be administered through it.

in>form is a user friendly system and the ability to identify authorisation by individual staff has brought accountability for decision making to a whole new level.

The delivery tracking, performance data and variances available at the touch of a button are impressive, and provide great confidence in our project management capabilities.

I’m looking forward to growing our partnership with Fusion21 as we continue to maintain and invest in our assets across the UK with the use of in>form.”

Mark Chadwick, Director of Business Services at Fusion21, said: “in>form is designed to support the successful and timely delivery of projects – so it’s great to hear how The Riverside Group is benefiting from using a robust system, designed to keep projects on track.”

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