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Newsletter - April 25, 2017 - Beyond Us!
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BOMA Giving Back: “Spring Building Drive”
Mobile Loaves & Fishes logoCommunity First Building Drive: May 1st - 12th. Go head-to-head with other buildings in the city to see which tenants have the biggest heart! Engage your tenants to support a great cause.
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Trump orders agencies to "Buy American, Hire American"
United States Flag graphicPresident Donald Trump has signed an executive order tightening limits on H-1B tech-worker visas and instructing government agencies to purchase more products and services from US companies and hire more US workers. The order is written in broad terms and leaves details of how to implement it to Cabinet secretaries.
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25th Annual AAFAME Chili Slam
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How an Inefficient Work Order Management Process Hurts Tenants, Operators, and Owners
Newspaper graphicSummary: Property managers and owners of large buildings can’t predict the future, but they can control how they manage work orders when customers request service. When this process breaks down, the tenants, property managers, operators, and owners all pay a costly price. Here’s what to do about it.

On a recent flight back home to Seattle, I met an ecologist working on her Master’s. Her specialty is on the impact of sea levels on salt marshes in New England and after listening to her for five minutes, it was clear to me that she is very passionate about her work.

When she asked me what I do, I explained that I sell a work order management solution for property managers of large commercial office buildings, but it could just as well be used by a hospital, research laboratory, university, school district, or any other property type. Work order management solutions help the people who manage and operate facilities to quickly respond to and fix the day-to-day operational issues that inevitably come up as people carry out their work. Human affairs lead to a need for janitors, plumbers, carpenters, locksmiths, electricians, day porters, engineers, IT staff, and others. In her case, as a graduate student at a university, it could be that her library is too cold, there’s a major spill to clean up in a lab, or a chair in the student union needs replacement.
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BOMA Austin Members get certified!
CPR certified photoBOMA Members had a great time last Thursday getting certified in CPR/AED/First Aid. Our instructor, Jerry Ronquillo, is one of Austin's finest fire fighters and was able to help us understand the methods plus the reasons behind this important training. 
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