Did you know? Your Facility Management is as smart as a whip?

Posted on: Friday, July 6th, 2018, By: Mallika Sharma

Facilities management – Importantly known as the framing foundation of an organization, that binds together any businesses’ functional upkeep.

Starting from a hierarchical channel of communication between the facility manager to the other potential components of a business, Corporate facilities management stands strong as a business’ backbone and maintains its continuity of operations like the governing eye. However, it is truly astonishing to actualize in today’s scenario, how diminished is the budding intelligence of Facilities management, that makes a businesses’ smooth operations feasibly practicable.

The hawk eye vision of facilities management, needless to mention, has contributed enough in enabling the maintenance, repairment, upgradation, and management of systems, people and processes. These elements have since been orchestrated in a well efficient manner without the hindrance of the business itself from its core business activities.

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Who’s watching your facility management?

Posted on: Friday, June 1st, 2018, By: Debashish Mukherjee

Introduction
The need for effective functioning of facilities through proper utilization and maintenance brought about the existence of facilities management.

Facility management is about the delivery of support services run by a specialized team for organizations and sometimes individuals of repute for the purpose of efficient and effective use and maintenance through the integration of people, systems, place, process, and technology. The proper integration of people, systems, place, process and technology is what can be categorized as integrated facilities management.

Facility managers are skilled professionals who handle and organize the facilities of a workstation or a workplace and ensure it meets the needs of employees especially with regards to supporting the core businesses of an organization.

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