FleetBoston creates physical plant and maintenance repository
14 January 2003 | 577 views | 0
FleetBoston Financial has selected VFA to perform an audit of its network of branches and remote ATMs throughout eight east coast states.
Boston-based VFA says it has implemented its capital planning and management solutions (CPMS) to enable all FleetBoston branches to provide a consistent customer and employee service.
CPMS, which includes VFA's core software platform VFA.facility, will allow the bank to create and maintain a central repository of physical plant and maintenance information with the aim of addressing functional and design inconsistencies resulting from growth and acquisitions.
Alison Rourke, Fleet's director of distribution strategy and performance says VFA was selected because of its Web-architected software.
"VFA's software, including an inventory tracking component, enables us to have very specific items, such as colour codes, material types and mechanical systems' useful lives, at our fingertips," adds Rourke.