In our previous blog, we covered features in TRIRIGA which help companies optimize their space utilization. This blog dives further into IBM TRIRIGA space management functionality and focuses on how TRIRIGA enhances space utilization and planning, including space occupancy metrics for buildings and workplace structures. Having a well planned and executed space management strategy yields
Brenna Yovanoff said that “The world is full of unused corners”. While this statement may have a deeper meaning, it is also quite literally true in the sense that a company can only utilize 80 to 90% of their space assuming it’s well-managed. Managing, controlling and supervising physical space occupied by a business/organization is known
Purchasing heavy machines and industrial assets requires proper planning and budgeting, as substantial capital investment is involved in purchasing these assets. Decision makers involved in the buying process are constantly on the lookout for solutions that can optimize their profitability, help them improve production efficiency, and offer them agility through automation. This is where Machine-as-a-service
A facility manager’s primary goal is to constantly maintain and look after the well-being of the space(s) they manage. This is not an easy goal as they simultaneously aim to satisfy the worker’s needs, optimize the space, and build a solid relationship with management – all while aiming to be as cost effective as possible.