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Digital twins the next big thing

Facilities management has always been pivotal to the smooth and successful functioning of built environments. While this core purpose has always been the beating heart of FM, the formula for effective delivery continues to shift and evolve.

The pandemic has reshaped requirements significantly and the way in which offices now operate is markedly different. We recently launched a survey in partnership with leading industry journal FMJ to ask people working in FM about the challenges they are facing, their use of software and technology, and gather insights on industry trends.

Our new white paper, FM Technology Trends 2022, explores the issues affecting the industry and how tech is helping FM teams to:

  • More efficient use of available space
  • Unlock critical FM insights
  • Improve decision making
  • Enhance sustainability credentials
  • Optimise the implementation of workspace changes
  • Increase operational efficiencies.

Download the complimentary report, or contact us if you’d like to know more about how our CAFM software, QFM, is helping FM teams around the world save money, improve efficiency and gain actionable insights into their sites.


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