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?’ In this blogpost, I share four tips with you to optimize your IWMS implementation.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 | 01/10/2019
How do organizations deploy an IWMS?
In the IWMS Buyers Guide, Verdantix identified three common paths that organizations take when looking to deploy an IWMS. In this blogpost, Geert-Jan will briefly touch all three of them.Learn more
Blogs | 12/20/2018
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.Learn more
Blogs | 03/24/2016
Comparison websites: will we soon be comparing IWMS suppliers online?
Sharing and reading online experiences in the business-to-consumer market has become natural. Is the B2B market on the path to follow suit?Learn more
Blogs | 03/17/2016
Did Google really get it wrong? Workplace misery and other mishaps.
Open floor plans and flexible office concepts are not one-size-fits-all. It's important to note new ways of working require new management styles as well.Learn more
Blogs | 02/25/2016
How the story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin still resonates within Facilities Management today
Facility management can take advantage of IoT and connected devices - even rat traps are getting tech upgrades that allow them to self-report.Learn more
Blogs | 02/11/2016
“Infrastructure: If anything exciting happens, we’ve done it wrong”
In the world of facility management (often the unsung heroes of an organization) if something exciting happens, it means the job isn't being done properly.Learn more