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Hitting The CAFM/IWMS Benchmarks

Verdantix
23 August 2019
 

FSI’s Space and Workplace Management solutions have been benchmarked by independent research firm Verdantix for the CAFM/IWMS market.

Verdantix has published its latest report, IWMS Benchmark: Space Management and Workplace Services, for real estate and facilities management executives, to understand the breadth and depth of these functionalities.

CAFM/IWMS solutions assist organisations with the effective management of workplace and real estate portfolios, including infrastructure and facilities assets. 

Verdantix finds that the strengths of the FSI offering include successful move management and cost estimating for asset relocation.

 

ChatLog

FSI scored top on occupant wellbeing analytics for the ChatLog app, a sociable facilities helpdesk experience for use by end users. ChatLog encourages the entire workplace community to contribute to the success of the facilities that they occupy. With effective and successful FM put directly in the hands of all those on the receiving end, a positive workplace environment is achieved.

Ibrahim Yate, Industry Analyst at Verdantix, said:  “In the 2019 Product Benchmark on Space and Workplace Management Software, Verdantix finds that FSI offers market-leading functionality in wellbeing analytics.  In particular, FSI offers strong functionality for collecting feedback, on-site service bookings and delivering insights on occupant comfort.”

Picture: Verdantix has published its latest report, IWMS Benchmark: Space Management and Workplace Services.

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 23 August 2019

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