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 | 03/08/2017
From reactive to proactive maintenance: how maintenance plans are becoming superfluous

The use of sensors will let organisations predict the right maintenance moment, letting them switch over time from reactive to proactive maintenance. 

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Blogs | 13/07/2017
Why having an effective maintenance strategy is essential for each organisation

It’s critical to have an effective maintenance management strategy and a solution that supports the efficient upkeep of your buildings and assets. 

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Blogs | 06/07/2017
How to establish the core of your reactive maintenance process

Reactive maintenance is a given thing, as assets will fail sooner or later. How do you establish the core of your maintenance process? 

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Blogs | 22/06/2017
How to get your contract management repository in place

What actions should you undertake to set up your contract management repository in order to get the basics in place for effective maintenance management? 

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Blogs | 15/06/2017
How to build a structured asset repository

Getting the basics in place for your maintenance management starts with building a structured repository of your assets. Learn how to build one. 

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Blogs | 08/06/2017
7 problems which can be avoided with sound asset management

No insight into the number of business assets and their quality? Asset management is a basis for gaining more control over this. 

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Blogs | 11/08/2016
Pay as much attention to your sensors as you do to your dog

Using sensors is a much discussed topic in the field of Facility Management. Sensors provide organisations with information on buildings or assets, and they enable areas such as… 

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Blogs | 28/04/2016
What real estate management and facility management can learn from marketing

Our entire market principle rests on two cornerstones: supply and demand. The place where these two meet is where economic transactions happen - and where we… 

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