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Facilities Management Software Survey – Keeping Pace with Industry Change

Facilities Management Software Survey – Keeping Pace with Industry Change

In the fast-paced facilities management industry, keeping pace with technological change and new trends is vital. Over the years, Service Works Group has produced research revealing many trends which have helped give facilities managers a picture of the industry and help them prepare for new challenges.

We are currently looking into how technology is impacting the FM profession,  following research last year which showed that technology is perceived as the most important resources for FMs.

Please take a few minutes to add your views the FM Software Survey 2016, run in conjunction with online news service, i-FM.

 

See how 2016 compares to last year, where highlights included:

  • 77% used software tools (including Excel) to manage the FM function
  • 65% identified mobile usage as a significant FM software technology trend
  • Just 25% use their FM software application for FM self-service

Read the full article and download the infographic here.

 

Win £500 in vouchers and receive a copy of the full report

As a thank you for your time and input in taking our facilities management software survey, we will send you a complimentary copy of the report based on the findings of the survey, so you can see how you compare to your peers. You will also be entered into a prize draw to receive £500 of shopping vouchers for a store of your choice.

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