The term is similar to Property Management but is applied to larger commercial properties where the administration and operation of the buildings and facilities is more complex.

Coordimax Facilities Management is the management of communal buildings such as offices or colleges as well as facilities and services including air conditioning, cleaning, decoration, electric power, lighting and security.

As the manager of a large and complex facility incorporating many different types of assets, you need a system that positively assists you in keeping control.  Everything that is under your jurisdiction will, from time to time, require a wide variety of information, for all the different management decisions that you have to make.  Financial decisions, operational decisions, strategic decisions — in short, life cycle asset information is what you need.

Take the time to ask yourself two simple questions:

  • Do you use an enterprise asset and maintenance management system?
  • and
  • Can it do everything that Coordimax can do?

Find out why many of Australia’s largest and best known corporations use Coordimax for their total Asset and Facilities Management Software. Organisations such as Multiplex, Coles, Target, Defence and Qantas, Coco-Cola Amatil, CSIRO, National Foods for example.




Coordimax totally integrates the infrastructure of your organization by linking all personnel associated with asset information be it finance, maintenance, contractors, individual departments or end users.

Coordimax extensive experience and expertise mean we already have solutions for your industry, plus the flexibility and ease of customization of Coordimax makes it a project that is certain to deliver improvements to your bottom line.

Although the bottom line target is to dramatically lower costs and boost staff efficiency, at the very senior management level there are other problems customising our application can overcome, and some are listed below.


  • 1. Poor insight into performance drivers.


Where perhaps most performance data is historical rather than forward looking, which is valuable but insufficient in making decisions that improve future performance


  • 2. Static plans and process.


Static plans under control of just one person, or on one site, cannot be adapted to changing conditions or be modified from collaboration across the enterprise, and will quickly become obsolete.


  • 3. Ineffective performance monitoring of facilities management.


Sometimes performance monitoring requires staff to proactively locate data from multiple sources and compile it themselves.


  • 4. Limited report capabilities.


Reporting tools across an enterprise are often based om inconsistent metrics that make it difficult to demonstrate performace of key variables, that impact on facilities management performace.