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programmability and interoperability enable seamless addition of new services and integration with hospital’s internal CRM and ERP systems.


“Hospitals are complex networks of designated departments and units, based on specialisations, each with unique requirements and function.”


When FM operatives have granular-level insights on shared surfaces and other areas requiring frequent sanitisation, designated staff can be assigned to perform targeted actions. Smart, sensor-based management


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of washrooms can mitigate HAI risks and enforce high hygiene standards. Insight into space utilisation and usage patterns allows FM operatives to effectively plan and advise management on needs predictively. Cloud hosting also enables timely reportage and status updates, as required by regulatory bodies.


All in all, data-driven decision making, predictive maintenance, connected and seamless services have helped early adopters circumvent the pandemic headwinds and keep operational costs under check. Such outcomes have led to uptake of IoT, centralised command and control centres, and associated best-in-class solutions. Tech and data driven FM practices are, therefore, set to become commonplace in the UK health sector, as the market looks poised to further solidify its position, as one of the most mature FM ecosystems in Europe.


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