Following the right practices in creating and using a CRE energy management platform will add brand value, asserts McKinsey&Company. Unfortunately, the path to creating and using business intelligence in CRE facility management is not always clear. Facility Managers should follow these tips to streamline implementation and take full advantage of business intelligence tools.Read More..
The intelligent design of buildings refers to the energy-efficient, and smart processes and technology incorporated into a building’s plans and construction. It is the complete opposite of a facility retrofit, which involves the installation of sensors and smart systems after construction. Moreover, technology is the heart of success in cities across the country, says Arie […]Read More..
As explained by Arie Barendrecht of D Magazine, people spend most of their time at home or the office. With more technology in the home, the natural progression will lead to the demand for the same technologies in the office. In a sense, everyone wants a technology-immersive experience, and the use of AI in corporate […]Read More..
Exciting things are happening in the realm of facilities management technology trends. The standards, Facilities Managers use to oversee vast portfolios, is increasing, and to the modern Facility Manager can significantly accomplish more today than the predecessors of only a few years ago. According to Service Channel, the top facilities management technology trends will enable multi-disciplinary approaches to facilities […]Read More..
Machine learning in CRE spaces is one of the most exciting ways new technology is changing the facility management landscape. On the surface, machine learning appears to be an end-all solution to energy efficiency and basic business needs. However, machine learning is much deeper than that, and Facility Managers need to understand what machining learning […]Read More..
Digital transformation is not a new concept, but digital transformation in the commercial real estate (CRE) space is often overlooked. CRE providers are turning to new technology to meet the growing demands of tenants and their consumers. CRE Facility Managers need to understand the current state of digital transformation in the space and what it […]Read More..
The potential of data-based facilities maintenance is expanding. Augmented intelligence, the Internet of Things, Big Data, Analytics, and SaaS are changing how Facilities Managers handle everything. Meanwhile, inflation continues, and Facilities Managers are faced with budget cuts. As the world prepares for the colder months, Facilities Managers have an even more significant challenge. They need […]Read More..
Finding real-world savings in facilities management brings to mind many topics. Technology, efficiency, a partnership with organizations, and other factors affect the spending profile of facilities management departments. With so many factors involved, Facilities Managers have implemented robust, standardized practices to ensure nothing is overlooked. Unfortunately, this rigidity creates some additional problems, and Facilities Managers […]Read More..
The use of predictive maintenance in facilities management can dramatically lower facilities spend, especially when applied to antiquated assets. Its value continues when assets are upgraded or replaced, extending their life expectancy, and lowering total cost of ownership. Also, predictive maintenance is not necessarily limited to high-cost assets either. According to Dan Hounsell of FacilitiesNet, […]Read More..
The use of proactive approaches can reduce facilities spend and streamline operations, reports Jerry Kokos of the Boston Business Journal. The application of wireless technology in facilities management carries numerous benefits over traditional management practices, including low-costs, brand consistency, better visibility into assets and simplified facilities management. Wireless capability is a symbiotic technology to the […]Read More..