Getting Good Data — and What to Do Once You've Got It

Having good data can make all the difference when it comes to items like justifying staffing needs and prioritizing projects. With accurate numbers in front of you, you can confidently make the case for more budget or staffing. You can also see which project is most urgent, where your team’s time is going and what you’ve spent on work orders. But it’s not just about having data – it's about having good data you can actually use. Learn more in our upcoming webinar where we’ll be discussing how to get your team to collect quality data, what to do with it once you have it and what tools can help.

What you will learn:

  • Why having quality data is important
  • How to get your team on board with collecting good data
  • Why having a CMMS is important for your data
  • What to do with good data once you have it

Available On-Demand
Duration: 1 hour

About Our Speakers:

Michael Madrake, CMMS Administrator, Frederick County Public Schools
Michael MadrakeMichael Madrake has worked for Frederick County Public schools for the past 20 years, as a general mechanic, HVAC mechanic, maintenance supervisor and now CMMS Administrator. He has also served in the United States Navy Reserves for the past 25 years, currently serving as Senior Enlisted Leader of Assault Craft Unit 2.

Travis Tracey, CMMS Support and Data Quality Specialist, Frederick County Public Schools
Travis TraceyTravis Tracey is the CMMS Support & Data Quality Specialist at Frederick County Public Schools. He received a degree in Information Technology from Colorado Tech and his MBA from the University of Maryland. Travis has performed a variety of Information Technology work, including integrating web payment solutions for businesses and developing a computer game for the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s website. Travis is an IFMA Certified Facility Manger and Facility Management Professional, as well as a Certified Building Operator. Travis is currently the only “dual-certified Dude.” In addition to his work at FCPS, Travis is also the Director of Social Media for a non-profit organization called ANTSHE (Association for Nontraditional Students in Higher Education).

Webcast Access
All registrants will have access to the live event and an on-demand recording of the presentation. If registrants want to watch the presentation again or have a scheduling conflict, they can register and access the on-demand version of this webcast, which will be available soon after the live event.

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