Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. SaaS articles below.
Business Intelligence is a tool for simplifying the process of data collection and review so that critical information can more quickly be presented to decision makers.
The Humantech System is a software as a service that provides everything necessary to deploy, monitor, and manage the ergonomics process.
The service will deliver real-time data analytics on facility system performance to a new Manhattan medical office building in New York City.
This provider of "people-centric" IWMS software enables facility management and other stakeholders to view real estate portfolios in a map view.
CrowdSense is a web-hosted tool that reveals hidden building performance issues.
With 150+ locations in 19 states and District of Columbia, Denver-based CorePower Yoga needed to centralize its work order process.
This new feature, applicable to all iOffice software modules, provides facility executives quick access to desired data.
Tracking energy use and operational efficiency can be eased by employing energy management, as a service.
This technologically based concept allows facility professionals to harness building data to reach goals and elevate department status.
In cultivating a smart building with integrated systems, facility managers can “show, share, and strategize.”
When planning for possible threats, don’t forget this aspect of your facility workings. From the October 2013 issue.
New software suites from Schneider Electric address the energy management needs of customers in key market segments. A suite for Data Centers is now available, with introductions focused on Water, Healthcare, and Grid to be introduced in the coming months.
Johnson Controls recently introduced the Panoptix solution, an approach to building efficiency that makes it easier and more affordable for facility managers (fms) of any...
Columnist Tom Condon presents five guidelines to help get managers ready for the modern facility.