Intellis Blog

Read the latest about our clients, our industry, sectors we support, and the future of the built environment.

Today is International Women's Day!

Remembering 5 notable women who have driven innovation in the Tech Industry.

Tips to Improve Strategic Planning for Education Facility Executives

Recent studies have found that in the past decade institutional space in relation to the wealth and funding of higher education institutions is out of balance: Space growth is outpacing enrollment growth. The goal is to grow enrollment and increase space at about the same rate, however, since 2012, space growth has continued to increase while enrollment growth has remained flat. Why?

Intellis wins Stevie Award for Sales and Customer Service for the 3rd Year in a Row!

We are proud and honored to share that Intellis has won the Stevie Award for Sales and Customer Service in the Technology category! This marks the third time Intellis has earned this prestigious distinction. It is powerful recognition of the hard work our people do each day to develop solutions that improve the built environment. This is a thrilling moment for our entire team, and we are grateful to our clients and partners with whom we are fortunate to work.

The Future of Healthcare at HIMSS 2019

The Healthcare industry is one of the most innovative sectors that is currently in a period of rapid advancement. So the Intellis executive team spent last week meeting leaders at the annual HIMSS conference, a pivotal health IT event held in Orlando, which brings together over 45,000 health IT professionals, clinicians, executives, vendors, and patient advocates from around the world.

How Changes in Healthcare will impact Facilities Management and Capital Planning in 2019

Major transformation is happening in the Healthcare industry. Market dynamics, health system consolidation, mergers and acquisitions, payment reform, technological advances, and changes to the delivery of care are all re-shaping the way the healthcare industry functions.   The Healthcare industry is going through a period of rapid advancement. Increasingly healthcare organizations are delivering patient care and facilities management in new ways. As the healthcare industry continues to shift toward value-based population health, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) continue to accelerate. This is creating mega-sized, nontraditional health systems. Meanwhile, the industry continues to grapple with rigid compliance regulation, pressure to enhance the patient experience, improve financial performance, and increase everyday efficiencies.

This is why Facility Condition Assessments are so Important

It is critical to know the extent to which the buildings, physical assets and systems in your care are performing. Having comprehensive data on all assets, enables Facility Managers to identify where potential opportunities for facility optimization exist. Previously, we've spoken about the importance of Facility Condition Assessments (FCA) for Healthcare organizations, but let's discuss some of the universal benefits for all types of facilities. Here we discuss the ways in which FCAs can improve your organization's operational efficiency and make your job easier.

Implementing New Technology for Efficient Facilities Management

With growing urban populations and increasing electricity usage, there’s more demand than ever for innovation in the built environment.

This is Why Accurate Reporting is so Important

Accurate data in facilities management and capital planning reporting is important. The way managers present this data is even more important.

These are the Top 5 Facility Management Technology Trends to Watch in 2019

Digital transformation dominated the Facilities Management sector in 2018. When it comes to improvements around quality, production, and longevity of physical assets, digital transformation is an unfolding revolution that is set to continue throughout 2019. Here we discuss the top Facility Management technology trends to watch.

Benefits of Mobile Technology for Facility Managers

Information on demand when and where you need it? That's the top benefit of using mobile technology to access data that your facilities management team has collected about your organization's buildings and physical assets.