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Laying the foundations for the digital workplace

Digital technologies are having a huge impact on the way commercial real estate is arranged, managed and maintained. In this slideshare presentation we take a look at the implications for real estate and facilities management teams.

Technology has a huge impact on the way real estate is managed and maintained. Digital technology and processes are changing work and improving environments for CRE and FM teams.

From operating and maintaining real estate efficiently, through to providing an accurate view of data about a building, the right technologies and processes can be empowering. CRE and FM teams need to take advantage of Big Data, the cloud, mobile apps, and software as a solution.

Before they take the digital leap, teams need to get the foundations in place so they can start their digital journey with confidence. There are a number of crucial questions that need to be answered by businesses, before preparation for the digital workplace can begin. The slideshare above outlines what these questions are, as well as the opportunities and implications for CRE and facility management teams.

Big data and digital processes are pushing the boundaries of real estate planning, management and maintenance. Download: Future-Proof: how CRE and FM can prepare for the digital workplace

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Chloe Hibbert
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chibbert@qubeglobal.com or +44 20 3861 7100.
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