As the year draws to a close, we’re taking a look back at what aspects of facilities management most interested those in the sector over the last 12 months.
Data collection and analysis assist outstanding FM services, to help identify site and building user requirements. How can CAFM form and checklist functionality help?
Using integrated business intelligence software, like Power BI, can make it easier to access, analyse and collect FM data.
How the ‘little challenges’ solved by tech can be magnified throughout a business, repaying the initial time spent on implementation manifold.
How FM teams can get the most value for their CAFM systems, long after initial purchase and implementation.
Working from home is not suitable for everyone, and the role of FM is pivotal in preparing offices for safe use and welcoming back the workforce.
The important role of change management and communication to get the best our of your CAFM system and achieve staff buy in.
Giving up smoking for a month is good for self-control and health, but why not also consider giving up bad FM practices to form positive habits instead.
A growing 24/7 work culture leaves FMs open to being ‘always on' so leveraging technology like CAFM is essential to keep work in check and facilities running efficiently.
Looking back on 2018, what topics were of most interest to FM professionals? Read our round up here.
The importance of first impressions cannot be underestimated and a reception is the window to a business. How can FM software help improve public spaces?
While there are many perceived barriers to the automation, it is within the reach of FMs and can provide significant organisational change.
How a simple form or checklist sent to an FM operative's mobile device can greatly improve accuracy and productivity across the team.
A look at the QFM User Group held in London last week, including guest client speakers from Luton & Dunstable NHS Trust and Anabas.
Forget new year's resolutions - get things done faster, cheaper and more efficiently in your facility by switching to CAFM software.
With the right technology in place, satisfaction can not only be gained but also measured and analysed in order to increase its occurrence in the future.
43% of employees do not agree that their workplace allows them to work productively. What can facilities management team do to improve productivity?
Put simply, performance based contracts provide incentives and disincentives to achieve desired outcomes or results from contractors, with the aim of reducing costs and improving service levels.
Smooth organisational communications and a productive work environment are reliant on FM and are key for blue chip competitiveness. These can both be aided using CAFM software.
Workplace wellness is currently high on the FM agenda, with many organisations now increasing their investment in the health and wellbeing of employees.
Today’s FM customer has become more demanding, less patient and more technology-savvy - and it is FM’s responsibility to lead workplace change.
Integrating CAFM with other systems brings far-reaching and powerful benefits and now is firmly on the agenda for the FM industry.
Often New Year Resolutions are broken within a month, but we look at how facilities managers can keep theirs through 2017 and beyond.
The Internet of Things will revolutionise the FM industry, and SWG looks at how sensors and location-based technology can be used to do this.
How to find 'hidden' space for office moves, flexible work areas or hot desks in order to improve productivity and reduce unnecessary occupancy costs.
CAFM can generate ROI quickly through time, money and efficiency savings across the whole organisation - read on find out how.
Manage work quality, deadlines and profitability using QFM's simple Resource Scheduler tool.
How to maintain productivity in the workplace during the summer heat using planned preventative maintenance strategies and automated asset monitoring.
A look at how the rise of mobile and remote access to CAFM systems has contributed to increased productivity in facilities management and organisations as a whole.
With space at a premium in many organisations, shared areas are high-value assets. Ensure these resources are used to maximum effect and save space, time and reputation.
Reduce your help desk's paperwork and improve its efficiency with QFM self-service FM software.
What is CAFM? Read on to see what CAFM software does, and how it can benefit the facilities management in your business.