The 375th Civil Engineer Squadron is the second base in the Air Force testing TRIRIGA, an online work management system created by IBM. [Admin: Not exactly. IBM didn’t create TRIRIGA. TRIRIGA was acquired by IBM in 2011.]
According to IBM, it is a full-suite Integrated Workplace Management Solution (IWMS) that includes modules designed to accommodate the needs of facilities space management and maintenance, real estate, capital projects, and environmental and energy management within a single software platform.
“The 375th CES has a very large involvement with this new program,” said Staff Sgt. James Little, 375 CES operations management. “Being the second base means we have a lot of eyes on us to how we as a squadron and base handle the new system while still trying to maintain our everyday operations.” Little’s job with TRIRIGA is to monitor new requests that come from Facility Managers and determine if the request is legitimate, prioritize the requests, and send it to the appropriate shop.
The benefits of TRIRIGA are: paperless, 24/7 access for Facility Managers service requests, and the Air Force’s visibility over each base that is using this program…
[Admin: This post is related to the 06.22.16 post about the 11th Civil Engineer Squadron being the first in the Air Force to use TRIRIGA.]