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What are the trends driving digital transformation right now?

What are the three trends driving digital transformation right now? At Intellis, we keep a keen eye on the technological developments shaping the future of the Facilities Management Industry.

These are the top 3 innovations transforming Facility Planning

What are the newest innovations in Facility Planning?  There are several exciting new technologies transforming Facility Planning. From Drones to Building Information Modeling to Automated Facility and Capital Planning software, facilities are becoming more interconnected and intelligent.

Happy New Year! These are the Facility Management Technology Trends you need to know in 2021

Happy New Year! In 2020 nearly every industry was required to pivot toward digital alternatives. In the coming years, we predict that the Facility Management industry will continue to shift toward even greater digital transformation. By taking advantage of optimization solutions that have expanded to also focus on enhanced asset performance and maintenance management, your facilities team can save money, lower risk and improve efficiency.

3 emerging trends transforming Facilities Management right now

What is Facility Optimization?

How to be prepared for the next big wave of digital transformation in Facility Management

Digital transformation dominated the Facilities Management sector in 2019. 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 2020. Here we discuss the top 5 Facility Management technology trends that you need to know about to be prepared for the next big wave of digital transformation.

These are the top 3 trends that will transform facilities management in 2020

At Intellis, we keep a keen eye on the technological developments that are redefining the future of the Facilities Management Industry. It is our mission to harness the latest tech advancements with our mobile enterprise solutions, such as FOUNDATION, so that we can provide our clients with the very best software solutions to ensure healthy buildings and infrastructure while also reducing costs, improving productivity and boosting sustainability. Here are the top trends that will transform in the Facilities Management Industry this year.

Digital Transformation in Capital Planning for Facilities

Emerging technologies are transforming the facility management industry in significant ways, particularly in terms of how data is collected and analyzed for capital planning. Here we discuss the top trends that are driving digital transformation in capital planning and asset management for facilities. 

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.

Exciting Developments in Smart Cities

Increasingly, infrastructure and construction projects are using innovative digital technology to improve long-term asset management. Here we examine some of the emerging technologies and trends leading the "Smart Cities" revolution.

The Top 3 Trends Impacting the Education Facilities Management Sector Right Now

When we attended the NACUBO Annual Meeting last August, we learned that the biggest concern among higher ed business and facilities professionals was the issue of limited budgets: Do more with less, while making your university its best! Yet such funding cuts makes the need to strictly budget time, money and manpower more urgent than ever.