Many facility managers today are faced with shrinking or stagnant budgets. Even those not under an impetus to do more with less want to keep their costs in check.
Fortunately, the ways in which facility managers can enhance their organizations’ sites—in both appearance and operations—are vast. Of course, having so many choices can sometimes be daunting. Nevertheless, every day facility managers are making decisions that not only improve their facilities, but also reduce costs.
What is the single most effective change you’ve implemented recently to improve your bottom line?
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