IWMS (Integrated Work Management System)

Event: IWMS (Integrated Work Management System)
Date: August 28, 2013 6:00 pm – 8:00pm
Venue: Teradyne – 30701 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills, 91301 (Google Map)

Registration : $25 for Members | $35 Non-Members

Registration: Advanced, Online registration ONLY.  There will not be any “at-the-door” registration for this event – This is an ITAR Facility and all attendees (visitors) need to be processed through Security.  All registrations must be in by midnight on Friday, August 23, 2013. When registering, please include your Citizenship – U.S. or otherwise  (Note:  If you are a Green Card holder, please supply your Green Card number and “Nations of Citizenship”. No cameras are allowed into the facility.


Parking/Access: Please bring Photo ID (Driver’s license, etc) as this is an ITAR Facility.  Turn into driveway and follow directions/signage to parking and to the entrance gate at the Cafeteria.  Be prepared to sign in and show your Photo ID. All attendees will be escorted.

Speaker Bio

Jennifer Wickwire AIA, NCARB is a licensed architect and holds a Bachelor’s of Architecture and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.

More than 15 years ago, she transitioned into the facility management profession from traditional architecture practice. She now manages Teradyne’s U.S. locations, including Teradyne’s headquarters located in Boston, Massachusetts.

Jennfier has written several articles on FM topics and has spoken at several international conferences, including two IBM TRIRIGA conferences.

Married with “two” children, a daughter and a husband, she likes techno music, people with a wicked sense of humor, playing Mass Effect, and a heady cabernet.


Saving millions of dollars through integrated workplace management.

Smart is….Applying innovative workplace strategies to support employee needs within a smaller footprint.

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With building costs often one of the largest expenses that companies have, it’s not surprising that facility management professionals must make the most of each square foot of space. Using a powerful, integrated workplace management system, Teradyne has gained incredible visibility into occupancy trends, maintenance requirements and asset performance to help it predict operational needs and proactively respond. This insight has helped drive millions of dollars and is enabling Teradyne’s facilities team to develop innovative alternative workplace strategies that improve space utilization and financial performance.

Jennifer Wickwire, facilities manager and corporate architect for Teradyne, likens facilities planning to navigating an aircraft carrier.

“You can’t change course on a dime,“ she says. “You must track utilization and employee needs over time so you can plan appropriately.”

“The ability to view the occupancy rate of a building from quarter to quarter helps us better understand our needs,“ says Wickwire. “we’ve been able to consolidate more than 20 facilities in the United States over the last 10 years, totaling more than USD 30 million in savings in Year One alone, because we can easily track vacancies and conduct ‘what if’ scenarios. We can also see much earlier than before which sites require more space so we have additional lead time to prepare for growth.