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FAMIS Discoverer System

FAMIS Discoverer

System overview

FAMIS Discoverer enables registered users to produce reports based on UCL's space records stored within the FAMIS database, allowing data to be exported in a range of common document formats for further analysis. Users have the facility to filter the dataset using a predetermined range of common criteria.

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Basic Details

Organisational overview
  • Bought-in package from Oracle, maintained in-house by UCL
Registration requirements
- Access is provided for authorised UCL Estates users only. Please contact UCL Estates Information Systems to request access.
System requirements
- HTML-based website, compatible with most modern browsers.

Context

Related Units

  • UCL Estates manages the estate and facilities infrastructure across the University, from the strategic to the operational.

Related Processes

  • The recording, management and reporting on space and maintenance within UCL, primarily carried out by those in the UCL Estates Division.

Activities

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Space and maintenance

The recording, management and reporting on space and maintenance within UCL, primarily carried out by those in the UCL Estates Division.
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