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Totalmobile in Sheffield City Council win

Field service management software solutions provider, Totalmobile, has won a contract with Sheffield City Council to streamline its housing repairs processes for 44,000 council houses with smart job management and mobile technology. The Connect solution will enable the council to ...

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Bidvest Noonan to introduce new technologies for touchless and frictionless security

Bidvest Noonan plans to introduce disruptive new technologies to bring about its vision of “truly touchless and frictionless security”. As part of the business’ commitment to advancing its security technology plans Bidvest Noonan has recruited Stephen Webb to the newly ...

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FM is undergoing a dramatic transformation with regards to AR adoption

A new report providing insights into the current and expected use of augmented reality (AR) within corporate, retail, healthcare and other types of professional facilities has been published by AI and computer vision company, Resonai. The report ‘2021 State of ...

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Core connections

Building connectivity needs to be an essential part of workplace planning in 2021, says John Archer, Solutions Director at Backbone Connect Conversations about the digital workplace tend to focus on the smart building management systems and intelligent sensors that help ...

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Senior FM leaders resistant to digital progress, says research

More than two-thirds (71 per cent) of C-suite executives, directors and senior managers are sceptical about the benefits of implementing new business technology. According to new research, the Connected Enterprise report, produced by digital transformation specialists Sigma Dynamics, in partnership with ...

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IWFM on reshaping the world of work in 2021

Following a tumultuous year, Chris Moriarty, Director of Insight and Engagement at the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) ventures a look at the trends that could shape 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought incredible disruption to all aspects ...

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AI, smart home-working and bespoke outsourcing capabilities: The top tech predictions for 2021

Technology has been our saviour this year, allowing us to continue to work and communicate, never mind contributing to the swift creation of a pandemic vaccine. But what does 2021 have in store? Pete Hanlon, Chief Technology Officer for Moneypenny ...

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Principle Cleaning Services launches Safe Space

Principle Cleaning Services has launched Safe Space, a new approach utilising science and technology to ensure workplaces are clean and protected. Developed in conjunction with Hygiena and Gem Scientific – manufacturers of industry-leading microbial testing systems – Safe Space was ...

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Clenetix white paper explores the power of data for cleaning service providers

Cleaning software specialist, Clenetix, has launched a new white paper, ‘Data: Demonstrating the power of cleaning’, which examines how the Coronavirus has brought the cleaning sector to the forefront and how cleaning providers can use data not only to demonstrate ...

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FM firms facing barriers to in-house app development

According to new research, more than nine out of 10 facilities management companies lack the skills or resources to develop employee-facing mobile apps in-house. A report published by mobile data capture specialist, WorkMobile, found that employee-facing mobile apps play a ...

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