Discovering new products and services to improve operations is a boon to busy facility managers. The December 2013 issue of Today’s Facility Manager (now Facility Executive) featured a number of products recently introduced by industry suppliers, and Anne Cosgrove, the magazine’s Editor in Chief, spoke with several of these vendors about how their offerings were designed to help facility management professionals further their goals in 2014 and beyond.
John Fenske, vice president of product marketing for HID Global, discusses how the company’s iClass SE Platform with enabled for Seos provides the capability to build upon existing security system investments. This platform simplifies how identities are created, used, and managed across any combination of smart cards, microprocessor cards, and smartphones. For more information, click this link.
Cheryl Rickert, washroom marketing director for SCA Tissue, shares insight on the company’s new Tork High-End Hand Towels. Ideal for restrooms in Class A office buildings, fine dining establishments, and other high-end facilities, these towels include renewable and recyclable content. For more information, click this link.
John Kopf, senior product manager at Weil-McLain, presents insight into the company’s SlimFit Boilers. Available in three capacities, these high efficiency condensing boilers feature a compact design for ease of installation. Meanwhile, an advanced control system integrates easily with existing facility systems. For more information, click this link.
Duro-Last Roofing Systems offer proven chemistry and decades of sound performance. As the commercial roofing industry’s leader in manufacturing prefabricated PVC roofing systems, Duro-Last produces roofing membranes with a history of providing long-term durability and watertight protection.
ARC Facilities provides you a hassle-free way to centralize and access your building’s critical information. A mobile-friendly dashboard with customized navigation gets you to your O&Ms, drawings, and warranties in seconds, not minutes or hours.