What is the future of Integrated Facility Management?

 While property consultants work so hard and intelligently to be more valuable to clients, there has been a drawback of Integrated Facility Management, which is lack of digitization or you can say all technologies that Integrated Facility Management service providers adopt, all of them do not communicate with each other that in turn results in lower efficiency and not-so powerful insights on the trends of the buildings thus ultimately affecting the efficiency of the buildings leading to business loss to the client. 

Hence, the future of Integrated facility management is Connected Facility Management where e-checklist(s) talk to:


  • The Parking Management

  • Visitor Management 

  • Human Resource Management

  • Turnstile & Elevators 

  • All Checklists 

  • All Sensors 

  • Washroom Intelligence

  • Site Procurement



Until the heart of any facility management or the back of the house are not connected and are not speaking to each other, how can one make the client’s luxury building intelligent? First we have to understand and make facility management services intelligent and then only luxury buildings could be made intelligent. So let the checklist(s) become e-checklist that speaks with The Parking Management, Visitor Management, Turnstile & Elevators, Human Resource Management, All Checklists, All Sensors, Washroom Intelligence, Site Procurement.