Re: WEB BASED FACILITY MGMT. WORK REQ. PROGRAM
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Posted by M Arthur Auslander on August 06, 2002 at 23:56:27:
In Reply to: WEB BASED FACILITY MGMT. WORK REQ. PROGRAM posted by FAY on August 06, 2002 at 13:11:03:
: I am an on-site contractor in Facility Management. I "inherited" an on-line work request project which was non-functional written in cold-fusion through an outside Web Development Company. Due to the time I needed to deliver and the budget having already been exhausted with the development company -- (and because I thought the attempt based on hours billed and deliverable was outrageous) I started over-- developed the flow clearly through Powerpoint on exactly how I wanted program to operate, right down to Categories, Q&A, routing, assigning, scheduling, status updates, viewing floor plans, closing and charging back, queries, etc. The functionality was designed, by an outside company using Dreamweaver / SQL and hosted on an offsite server. From a "design" perspective I have also spent time going in and working on format layout, design elements. Outside company focuses on functionality, leaves something to be desired on how it looks.
: There is now talk of launching this to other locations, and even interest by other companies. Do I have any right of ownership? Of course, web development was not in my job description but was assigned as "Goal."
: Thanks for any feedback/direction.
I can read English but I can't understand your question.
M. Arthur Auslander
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