Tag: mobile apps
2020 presented challenges for operations and maintenance staff, and enterprise asset management tools can help adapt to changes.
BuildingReports brought together its SecurityScan and SafetyScan inspection and reporting apps to offer ScanSeries, focused on both security assets and cleaning and disinfection efforts. Dwight Will, vice president, sales & marketing at the company, shares an overview.
Establishing an updated set of workplace and workforce management best practices that better reflects the profound changes in the way we work will be essential as we roll into 2021.
Alpha TransForm is a mobile app development and deployment platform that offers the power of low-code and the development speed of no-code.
A look at various types of shuttles that can be offered to employees: inter-corporate campus, office to local conveniences, and public transport to office.
NFS Technology Group will be working with ONELAN at InfoComm 2018 to demonstrate the benefits that advanced technology, including mobile apps, bring to today’s workplace.
Start by understanding the big picture, and how to harness these innovations for facilities.
New version of mobile app reflects the industry’s transformation to a mobile-first model for facility and property management.
KMC Connect Lite is the first in a series of mobile applications and IoT solutions that KMC Controls plans to develop using Kony’s cloud-based Platform.
Carrier has introduced new capabilities for the Carrier® Chillers, a mobile app that offers a quick and easy way to select a Carrier commercial packaged chiller.
Today’s innovations are making tomorrow’s workplace more digital while enhancing the human experience.
With the data provided by facility managers, this app is the first step toward energy benchmarking insight by focusing on cost rather than use.
Like its predecessor, ProjectLink, this app provides access to construction documents, while also designed to address facility operations for a lifecycle approach.
Only 19% of CMMS users often encounter challenges managing recurring maintenance while 74% of those who do not use software reported issues.
This mobile app can assist facility professionals with on-the-spot information when evaluating light commercial rooftop equipment for replacement or new construction projects.