Integrated Facility Management System can only sustain if we connect all the touch points together and allow all the touch points to talk to each other, brewing the data into more stronger decision making so it has been made Integrated Connected Facility Management System.
Bringing all contracts under one roof with a single point of contact gave rise to the new phenomenon that is widely known as Integrated Facility Management Services but here is a catch, even those Integrated Facility Management Service providers are managing myriad technology contractors.
So what is happening? E-checklist (s) is not talking to parking system, parking system is not talking to visitor management, visitor management is not talking to turnstile, turnstile is not talking to elevators, elevators are not talking to Human resource management system, Human resource management systems are not taking to sensors, sensors are not talking to washrooms, and washrooms are not talking to site procurement systems.
E-checklist (s) should talk to parking system, parking system talk to visitor management, visitor management talk to turnstile, turnstile talk to elevators, elevators talk to Human resource management system, Human resource management systems talk to sensors, sensors talk to washrooms, and washrooms are talk to site procurement systems and finally all technology systems talk to each other under one common Web Application.