The FM market is buoyant, but many of the newest technological developments are still theoretical, our 2018 Facilities Management Software Survey has found.
An introduction to sensors: what they are and why they are beneficial to FM
Exploring the opportunities and challenges brought about by infrastructure service delivery in PPPs
The Facilities Management Software Survey 2017 has revealed FMs across Asia Pacific to be forward thinking pioneers - read more analysis in the full results.
A simple, easy guide to selecting, buying and implementing CAFM software
How digitisation is at the heart of promoting patient-centric healthcare
Highlights key trends in the FM software market in the UK and Ireland
How integrating IWMS software with other applications can reduce costs and increase operational efficiency
How integrating BIM with existing CAFM can provide meaningful data to support FM
Service Works Group and the Facilities Shows reveal key UK insights
Essential advice for facilities managers tasked with reviewing and selecting FM applications
Results from SWG's ‘Performance in FM: Theory versus Practice’ webinar
This guide offers top tips for any business seeking to improve FM output
The first Australian FM software survey of its kind
This survey provides further understanding as to how organisations use FM software, the key benefits which have been established and how FM software fits into their estate and wider...
Risks and management of each phase of the contract
Why more businesses are using cloud hosting and the benefits to the FM
A comprehensive checklist for the successful selection and implementation of FM software
Guidance for the careful planning and managing in the installation of FM software
The different types of asset management and the benefits that each approach offers
The rise of mobile working, with a focus on FM and field service
The guide explores the significant operational benefits that self-service technology delivers for FM professionals
How space management can improve staff productivity and reduce occupational property expenditure