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WHAT’S NEW?


BURGESS FURNITURE BRINGS NEW COMPACT STYLES TO


THE COFFEE TABLE Burgess Furniture has turned the tables on traditional design with the launch of two new innovative and compact coffee tables.


The new A-Cross and TriSmart tables are smaller pieces designed to maximise practicality without compromising space.


The new A-Cross table is an extension of Burgess’ popular A-Fold range and is an elegant and versatile table for smaller areas and bedrooms. Available in a round or square top, the table has two height options and a choice of natural, walnut-stained or charcoal stained hardwood legs for neutral interiors.


The new TriSmart table is an ultra- modern, slim table that is the perfect partner for corporate spaces.


With its quick and convenient wireless and USB charging technology, coffee or poseur height positions and a choice of table top shapes and base options, TriSmart can be matched to Burgess’ Configure-8 range for a seamless breakout area solution.


Jeremy Burgess, Managing Director of Burgess Furniture, said: “Maximising space whilst maintaining guest


comfort and facilities are key issues for hospitality businesses. Coffee tables are essential but can be cumbersome.


“Our new A-Cross and TriSmart tables are the ideal solution for both leisure and working areas where guest space and freedom of movement is premium. Both types can neatly slot into any type of space, for quick and convenient relaxation and break zones.


facilities management executives, to understand the breadth and depth of these functionalities.


FSI’S WORKPLACE SOLUTIONS BENCHMARKED FOR


CAFM/IWMS MARKET FSI’s Space and Workplace Management solutions have been benchmarked by independent research firm Verdantix for the CAFM/IWMS market.


Verdantix has published its latest report, IWMS Benchmark: Space Management and Workplace Services, for real estate and


12 | TOMORROW’S FM


CAFM/IWMS solutions assist organisations with the effective management


of workplace and real estate portfolios, including infrastructure and facilities assets.


Verdantix finds that the strengths of the FSI offering include successful move management, be it for one or a large group of employees, and cost estimating for asset relocation.


FSI scored top on occupant wellbeing analytics, for the ChatLog app, a sociable facilities helpdesk experience for use by end users.


“Our new coffee tables are yet another example of our dedication to clever and innovative hospitality furniture that truly meets the needs of clients and guests.”


The new tables are part of Burgess’ new bedroom range, which focuses on modern seating solutions for hotel rooms.


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ChatLog encourages the entire workplace community to contribute to the success of the facilities that they occupy. With effective and successful FM put directly in the hands of all those on the receiving end, a positive workplace environment is achieved.


Ibrahim Yate, Industry Analyst at Verdantix, said: “In the 2019 Product Benchmark on Space and Workplace Management Software, Verdantix finds that FSI offers market-leading functionality in wellbeing analytics.


In particular,


FSI offers strong functionality for collecting feedback, on-site service bookings and delivering insights on occupant comfort.”


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