Whether you manage a university campus
aiming to dramatically reduce its energy
consumption or a newly merged financial services
company that needs to meticulously analyse its
combined real estate and facilities, Planon’s industry
solutions are tailored to your unique requirements.
The pressure is on biotechnology firms and medical supply and service firms to continue cutting costs and raising efficiencies while also complying with increasingly stringent regulatory mandates.
Institutions of higher learning must continue to lead by example. Aging and often neglected infrastructure poses serious challenges to facilities managers. But these are not really problems, but rather opportunities to create huge cost savings.
Financial Services organisations continue to face challenges brought on by increased globalisation, M&A activity, changing regulatory requirements, and a heightened awareness of sustainability issues. The resultant pressure to cut costs and improve efficiencies means taking a closer look at your real estate and facilities portfolio.
Hospitals and healthcare providers must meet the growing demand for their services, which means expanding operations in the face of shrinking margins. Bettering understanding of their space requirements and utilisation is the prescription needed.
An increasingly global economy means that agility in facilities management has never been more important. Relocating operation to lower cost locations, supply chain optimisation and the need to constantly improve productivity requires flexible and creative responses.
Pharmaceutical companies face many workplace challenges, including increased scrutiny of operational and research practices, intense competition, the pressure to continually develop innovative products, as well as pricing pressures and shrinking margins.
Managing a large, diverse building portfolio presents significant challenges to maintaining your property and retaining the financial value of your real estate portfolio. Additionally, the need to reduce energy consumption and focus on sustainability introduces new facility management challenges.
Few things are as crucial to a retailer as the location of their shops. Combined with pressures to reduce shop development and facility management costs, comply with an increasingly stringent regulatory environment, and address sustainability issues, means that retailers require a holistic view of their entire real estate and facilities portfolio.
Today’s complex outsourcing arrangements demand transparency and clarity. Stay ahead of the game by managing responsibilities, payments, penalties and expected service levels. Service Providers need to stand out, delivering efficient, flexible and cost-effective solutions.