The facilities, asset and workplace management services provider, has introduced AXIS, a new workplace app, to enhance the workplace experience by providing users with a personalised and real-time service so that they can get the most out of their on-site facilities and services.
Users can access the app via their desktop or mobile which connects with other IT services, such as computer-aided facility management (CAFM), providing a wide range of support features.
The app enables users to:
- Book desks and meeting rooms
- Book EV charging points and car park spaces
- Receive daily newsfeeds providing information about services, promotions and opening times of facilities such as recreational facilities, the gym, restaurants and coffee outlets
- Access FAQs regarding workplace facilities
- Create interactive service requests and track jobs
- Participate in surveys and provide feedback on facilities and services
- Connect with colleagues and participate in workplace discussions
- Collaborate and participate in upcoming events
- Use the “marketplace” feature to order food from an in-house or external food and coffee outlet and receive a notification when the order is ready to be picked up.
James Dunnett, EMCOR UK’s Chief Information and Transformation Officer, said: “The pandemic has heightened the critical importance of technology and its power to enhance connectivity and we recognise the significance of technology to improve the employee experience in the workplace and offer personalised services. Our new app will enable FM managers to make smarter real-time decisions and to understand and respond to user needs and drive customer satisfaction.”
The introduction of AXIS supports EMCOR UK’s purpose of creating a better world at work and its commitment to its Vision 10 framework, launched last year, which according to EMCOR UK encourages leaders to reconsider the future of the workplace and to create people-centric and sustainable workplace strategies enabling employees to connect, collaborate and succeed.
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FMJ Editor, Sara Bean, will be joined by:
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- Chris Havers, Programme Director Acclaro Advisory & SFMI
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