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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 for a facilities manager?

Industries are catching on that there are new types of untraditional assets (like sensors) that require time, effort, and money to manage and maintain.

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What you need to do to prepare for GASB 87, the new lease accounting standard

Planon recently participated in an excellent webinar “Countdown to Compliance: How Public Universities Can Effectively Prepare for GASB 87” with NACUBO, the National Association of College and University Business Officers. The webinar speakers included Shea Bryant of Michigan State University, Charlene McNeil of Arazzo Solutions, and me. In this blog, I’d like to share some key takeaways from that webinar.

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Closing the gap between real estate and C-level organizational goals with the power of analytics

Real estate and facility management teams need to shift towards data cross-referencing and look deeper into the relationship between real estate metrics and overall metrics to attract more attention from the C-suite.

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Getting the C-Suite “on board” with corporate real estate strategy

This blog recaps our great discussion with real estate expert René Buck. He shares how societal developments are currently leading to companies revising their location policies, and how to get support from the C-Suite for these new real estate initiatives.

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The air traffic control called Capital Project Management

If Project Management is like flying a plane, then Captial Project Management could be compared to air traffic control.

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How to maintain control of capital projects in real estate and facility management

Corporate real estate and facility managers are often in charge of large capital projects. How do you stay in control of these type of projects? Discover in our blog what the 4 key phases of Capital Project Management are and what the role is of an IWMS in this approach.

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How technology is changing real estate management

Technology will reshape real estate into Real Estate 4.0; buildings with a focus on technology that enable organizations to use and share workspace in ways we can barely imagine!

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How real estate managers take control of their real estate portfolios

Real estate can now be regarded as an organization’s fifth production factor. This makes the role of the real estate manager increasingly important.

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Tips for creating a compelling business case for IWMS

In this blog, Geert-Jan explains how you can create a convincing, numbers-driven business case for the implementation or extension of an IWMS.

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Looking to the future with computer vision and artificial intelligence

Computer vision is a particularly interesting category of artificial intelligence for facility management. Cameras not only stream images, they are able to augment those video streams with streams of data describing the things that are seen.

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If you’re talking to the CFO, be sure you’ve got your numbers

The challenge in creating a business case for IWMS that will appeal to a CFO is in using numbers-based arguments to answer the question “So what?”

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An unexpected IWMS implementation is hard to digest

During an IWMS implementation, organizations need successful change strategies to help the organizational structure, culture, and people deal with change.

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More than numbers: Understanding the value of an IWMS

If you are interested in a high-quality analysis of how to create a numbers-based business case for IWMS, I highly recommend downloading the recent Verdantix report. But there is more to an ROI than financial return.

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ERP software vs. IWMS: Do you know the differences?

Both ERP and IWMS solutions strive to reduce costs, integrate business processes, and increase the efficiency of these processes.

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