Blogs | 12/05/2021
Why technology will be your right hand and source of knowledge in 2022

Technology will be your best friend in 2022. Hence it is important to Real Estate and Facility Management to get acquainted with that friend in good time. 

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Blogs | 15/04/2021
Point solutions or an integrated solution, why choose?

New technological innovations have revolutionised the way we think about real estate IT strategies. This blog explains why using an IWMS capable of integrating PropTech is the starting point for future-proofing your real estate and facility management. 

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Blogs | 04/03/2021
4 tips for a successful IWMS implementation

One of the most frequently asked questions we hear from companies who are interested in Planon’s IWMS solution is: ‘How do we get it successfully implemented?’ 

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Blogs | 05/11/2020
Choosing the right solution – a changing landscape

This blog discusses six different perspectives that organisations should consider when selecting the right real estate and facilities software in today’s world of PropTech. 

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Blogs | 29/10/2020
A simplistic sustainability truth

For Earth Day this year (April 22nd), I want to revisit a concept that Planon wrote a lot about last year. My colleague Sanne Oostendorp wondered whether… 

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Blogs | 18/06/2020
Borrowing light through a hole in the wall

In this blog, our colleague Bram Bos describes important intangible benefits of a truly integrated software solution for real estate and facility management – like IWMS – from the end user perspective. 

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Blogs | 04/06/2020
Three common paths for IWMS deployment

In this blog, Geert-Jan discusses three common paths for deployment of Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS). 

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Blogs | 20/05/2020
Three case studies about the use of an IWMS

Explore three case studies around organisations using IWMS and how it helps them achieve improved efficiency, productivity, and cost savings. 

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Blogs | 07/05/2020
Keeping our buildings healthy as we recover

Buildings can’t catch COVID-19, but they may end up suffering from it. Neglect is a problem for buildings. They may not suffer wear and tear from humans during this time, but they remain subject to natural elements – wind, rain, freeze-thaw cycles – and to vandalism, break-ins and other malicious acts. 

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