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Planon unveils enhanced workplace app

The Sustainable building management software company has launched the Planon Workplace App to optimise user experience and support hybrid working.

According to Planon, the enhanced app will enable organisations to provide a mobile-first, personalised connection between people and their workplace, services, and facilities. Users will be equipped with a convenient, personalised, mobile user interface which enables them to:

  • Locate and book their ideal desk, meeting room and other facilities
  • Visually identify and book workspaces directly from an interactive floor plan
  • Easily create requests for cleaning, catering, maintenance and other facility services
  • View information about their colleagues, including when they expect to be in the office

Pierre Guelen, Planon’s Founder and CEO said: “The Planon Workplace App provides your employees with a mobile-first, personalised connection to their workspaces and improves access to workplace services. This increases productivity, enhances wellbeing and strengthens the connection between employees and their organisation – one of the biggest challenges with today’s hybrid and flexible working models.”

The app seamlessly connects with Planon’s Integrated Workplace Management Solution (IWMS) and Planon Workplace Edition, and can easily be added to an existing Planon IWMS deployment or purchased with a new system. A free 14-day trial account is also available.

Metro Rod Drainage and Plumbing Survey

With the current economic crisis resulting in higher prices and more of a squeeze on resources, FMs need to ensure that they have robust building and maintenance services in place to control costs and reduce the need for emergency repairs. When it comes to drainage and plumbing there are also the challenges of dealing with extreme weather, from droughts to flooding, the need to meet stringent regulations and to avoid causing environmental damage.

UK drainage specialist, Metro Rod, has launched a survey which explores the main areas of interest for FMs in maintaining drainage and plumbing, including how they currently assess their supply chains to ensure they’re working with partners that meet the highest possible standards and provide value for money.

The results will be published online so that you can see how you compare to others within the sector.

The survey should take just 5-10 minutes of your time, and as a thank you, you will be entered into a prize draw, where one lucky winner will be picked at random to receive a £100 Amazon voucher.

To take part click here.


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