Global outsourcing of complementary activities becomes much less complex and risky when information is standardized within companies. Read about the five key benefits in this blog.Learn more
A collection of thoughts and questions turned into blog posts
Planon regularly publishes blog posts on topics ranging from workplace management and compliance to the Internet of Things and Building Information Modelling. These quick reads are often educational, occasionally humorous, and always worth your time.
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Blogs | 09/12/2019
What is the Difference? Big Data vs. Analytics
Large amounts of data are being stored within Real Estate and Facility Management systems, and that will continue to grow. “Big Data” and “Analytics” have been brought to life. What do these terms mean and what are the differences between them?Learn more
Blogs | 09/05/2019
Lease Accounting Standards in 2019 & 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.Learn more
Blogs | 07/29/2014
Facilities management and social media – who to read and follow?
Follow Planon and other industry game changers on social media to stay up to date on industry trends and innovations.Learn more
Blogs | 07/17/2014
Are you – as a facility or property manager – focusing on the right things?
To increase impact and visability to the C-Suite, facility managers must highlight their added value by providing the right info for business decisions.Learn more
Blogs | 05/28/2014
A BIM in the management phase? Start with these six questions
The promise of a building information model (BIM) extends beyond the construction phase if facility managers are prepared to pair with a CAFM or IWMS.Learn more
Blogs | 05/01/2014
The complexity of managing a growing project portfolio
To help employees manage bigger, more complex projects, the move from Operational Project Management towards Capital Project Management is essential.Learn more