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Reporting upstream: Using analytics to meet your CRE & FM objectives

Today’s business environment lives on data. Yet, many facility managers and real estate managers struggle to derive the right data to prove their value to the C- level. This blog could help face that problem by describing how to obtain that right data.

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Five reasons why organisations can no longer avoid standardisation

Global outsourcing of complementary activities becomes much less complex and risky when information is standardised within companies. Read about the five key benefits in this blog.

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Highlighting differences: Big Data versus Analytics

Large amounts of data are being stored within Real Estate and Facility Management systems and will continue to grow. ‘Big Data’ and ‘Analytics’ were also brought into life. But what are the differences between these terms and what they mean?

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IFRS in 2019 and beyond

IFRS 16 remains important for companies leasing assets. Some have already completed the implementation, some are in the middle of it or now looking for a permanent solution like IWMS. This blog gives a recap of why IFRS 16 was introduced and its impact.

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A conversation about employee productivity 2.0: ‘human performance’

These are turbulent times for Real Estate and Facility Managers. In this blog we dive into the conversation we had with Dr. Marie Puybaraud, Global Head of Corporate Research with JLL and talk about the trends and metrics that will matter soon.

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Why Excel is simply not an option to support IFRS 16 compliance

IFRS 16 is a major challenge for organisations that use Excel for contract management. In this blog post, we set out three reasons why organisations should look at alternative solutions.

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Facility Management Evolution Series: 1990s & 2000s

The early 2000s and the creation of IWMS. We analyse “The Evolution of FM” and gain some incredible insight into our technological journey in FM over several decades.

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Facility Management Evolution Series: 1970s & 1980s

How did facility management evolve to become an official field? We analyse “The Evolution of FM” and gain some incredible insight into our technological journey in FM over several decades.

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Facility Management Evolution Series: 1960s

Diving deeper into the evolution of FM and how we got to where we are today within the field. We analyse “The Evolution of FM” and gain some incredible insight into our technological journey in FM over several decades.

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3 Trends that will change facility and real estate management

Technology and information management are playing an increasingly important role in facility and real estate management - but what challenges will we face in the coming years?

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What is an asset?

Traditionally, an asset is defined as property owned by a company or individual that has value. There used to be a more straightforward understanding of what items fit under that definition.

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Lease accounting terminology a Corporate Real Estate manager should know by heart

A lot has changed in lease accounting since 1 January 2019. What lease accounting terminology should a CRE manager know by heart?

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Find the correlation! Connecting real estate to organisational goals using analytics

Real estate and facility management teams need to shift towards cross-referencing data and take a good look at the relationship between real estate metrics and overall metrics to get the attention of the C-suite.

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Getting the c-level “on board” with corporate real estate strategy

This blog summarises our discussion with real estate expert René Buck. He shares how societal developments are currently leading to companies revising their location policies, and how the c-level can be persuaded to support these new real estate initiatives.

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The air traffic control called Capital Project Management

Capital Project Management is the air traffic control of RealEstate management. Curious why? Find out in our blog!

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