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How the hybrid work model impacts facility managers

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The COVID-19 pandemic and the shift towards a hybrid work model have had a profound impact on the facility management industry. With employees now working from home and the office, facility managers have had to adapt to new challenges and find new ways to manage their buildings effectively. Technology has played a critical role in this transition.

With the growth of cloud-based solutions and the Internet of Things (IoT), facility managers can now monitor and control their buildings remotely, allowing them to respond to issues more quickly and efficiently. The use of facility and asset management systems has been particularly beneficial, as they allow facility managers to manage work orders, communicate with contractors, and provide real-time information about building faults.

With a CMMS, facility managers can create and track work orders, receive notifications about new requests, and monitor the progress of jobs. This not only saves time but also improves the efficiency of the maintenance process, as facility managers can see exactly what needs to be done when it needs to be done, and by whom.

In addition to work order management, facility managers can communicate with contractors, ensuring that everyone is on the same page and that work is completed to a high standard. This is particularly important in a hybrid work environment, where contractors may need to be informed of changes to schedules or building layouts.

Another major benefit is the ability to add photos and videos to show building faults that need to be repaired. This allows facility managers to provide clear and concise information to contractors, reducing the need for face-to-face interaction and improving the overall experience for building occupants.

The use of technology in facility management has transformed the way that work orders and building faults are managed. By providing a clear and efficient way to manage work orders, communicate with contractors, and provide information about building faults, facility managers can ensure that their buildings are well-maintained, safe, and comfortable for all occupants, regardless of whether they are working in the office or remotely.

In conclusion,  the impact of the post-covid hybrid work model and technology on the facility management industry has been significant, and FMClarity has been instrumental in helping facility managers meet these challenges. With its comprehensive solution for managing buildings and facilities, FMClarity has enabled facility managers to access real-time data, automate routine tasks, provide real-time support to building occupants, and collaborate with other stakeholders more effectively. The future of facility management is one where technology will continue to play a critical role, and FMClarity will continue to be at the forefront of innovation in the industry.

Don’t wait any longer to experience the benefits of FMClarity for yourself. Request a demo today and see how it can transform the way you manage your facilities.

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