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The business costs of maintaining a well-run facility can add up fast if your assets, workforce or contractors are not operating to their full potential. With the automation of data for everyday tasks and easy access to all FM data in one place, you can make informed decisions and ensure that planned and reactive maintenance is completed on time, to budget, and is compliant. Take full control with innovative facilities management software that helps you stay ahead of the curve.




Latest Facilities Management Resources

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Voice of the Facility Manager report, EMEA edition
Success strategy: FM and energy team synergy
Investing in a CAFM system

Report | December, 2023


On-Demand Webinar | July, 2023


Blog | July 12, 2023

The role of the Facilities Manager is ever-evolving.

From the adoption of new technologies to the need to adapt practices to suit today’s more flexible building usage requirements, Facilities Managers are being asked to balance numerous responsibilities and priorities.

To showcase the collective opinions, challenges and priorities of FM practitioners around EMEA region, we’ve recently launched our 2023 Voice of the Facility Manager report.


Strategies for success: Achieving FM and energy team synergy.

Your journey to achieving true FM & energy team synergy begins here. 3 in 4 senior decision-makers in large businesses across the UK consider energy their #1 risk in 2023, according to the latest ‘Drivers of Change’ research from Proteus.

This session will explore how you can turn insights into action to implement significant cost savings in 2023 and beyond.


5 questions FM service providers must ask before investing in a CAFM system.

In the fast-paced world of facilities management, staying ahead of the curve is essential for service providers to maintain a competitive edge.

With the rise of technology and automation, investing in a Computer-Aided Facility Management (CAFM) system has become crucial to streamline operations, enhance customer satisfaction and drive business growth.

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Latest Energy Management Resources

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Ricoh Arena reduces energy usage by 15%
Benefits of an Energy Management System
Carlsberg UK reduces energy consumption by 10%

Case Study | July, 2023


eBook | July, 2023


Case Study | July, 2023

Ricoh Arena Uses MRI eSight to Raise Awareness of Energy Management & Reduce Energy Usage By 15%.

The Ricoh Arena is a site of more than 40 acres including a 32,000 seat stadium, 15,000 square meter exhibition and conference centre, a bar, hotel, casino and health club.

Attracting over one million visitors every year, energy management quickly became a task for its facilities management team.


Why use an energy management system?

An energy management system (EMS) is an automated system that collects data on energy usage and compiles it into a user-friendly application for further analysis and reporting.

The goal of an energy management system is to bring disparate data from electricity, gas, water and renewable energy usage into one interface and used to perform in-depth analysis.


Carlsberg UK selects MRI eSight to reduce energy consumption by 10%.

Carlsberg UK is a subsidiary of the Carlsberg Group and is the UK’s fourth largest brewer, employing around 1,800 staff across 16 sites in the UK.

Carlsberg UK required a web based Monitoring & Targeting (M&T) System for multiple plants and distribution depots throughout the UK.

The MRI eSight system is managed by the Carlsberg UK onsite systems team.

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Case studies


Amey chooses MRI Software to launch ‘first of its kind’ integrated building management technology

Amey, one of the UKs leading strategic providers to Central Government, has partnered MRI Software, a global leader in real estate software solutions, to develop a new technology platform which will revolutionise the way its public sector clients manage their workplaces.

Technology Hub, as it will be known by Amey, has the MRI Evolution CAFM system sitting at its heart. This means planned and reactive maintenance and assets project management feed into complementary MRI products, including MRI Energy Management and OnLocation Footfall Analytics, to digitalise all aspects of estate management.

The open and connected system, which integrates multiple building management platforms, provides an intuitive user experience when logging and booking maintenance tasks and enables Amey customers to better manage energy consumption, spend, and building operations using footfall insights. By using this innovative technology, Amey customers can control desk occupancy, air quality and room temperature which will deliver a healthier environment and workspace to building occupiers. 

The integration of the systems is what makes the tool so unique and enables it to produce insights and proposals that will help inform decision making to drive efficiency, reduce cost and environmental impact.

Some of the outputs include five-year lifecycle forecasts using drone and lidar scanning data. IoT (Internet of Things) sensors add to the wider picture to give accurate feedback on building usage, which when integrated by the Technology Hub give deeper insight and the ability to access building data at the touch of a button, undertake audits and view virtual walk-throughs of all properties across the estate.

Phil Brown, Chief Digital & Information Officer at Amey, commented: “Technology is an essential part of modern life and helps us stay connected, capture important data, and gives us systems that allow us to get the job done. Part of Amey’s transformation into a digital-first organisation is supporting our clients on their own journeys. We’re working in collaboration with our supply chain to develop digital solutions, processes and capabilities which will deliver tangible benefits to how our clients manage and optimise their estates.

We’re happy to be working with this key client to enable their digital transformation strategy and in turn support their customers,” said James Massey, Managing Director, FM, Energy and Retail Solutions at MRI Software. “Our aim is to continue pushing the FM industry forward by automating processes and providing the insights organisations need to make the best decisions that will drive efficiencies and cost savings needed to enable a sustainable future.

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Mace Macro

Mace Macro (Macro) is an international, award-winning total facilities management provider. We are the Operate function of Mace, the International consultancy and construction company.


BAM FM’s Strategic Development Director, Reid Cunningham, has been with the business since 2000. He has seen the evolution of MRI’s Evolution range used by BAM transition through its lifecycle from Concept 300 to 500 to MRI Evolution.


As part of the Swedish-owned construction giant, Skanska UK has an impressive pedigree in delivering, servicing and maintaining a comprehensive range of private and public sector projects throughout the country.

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