Build a smarter workplace to optimize space utilization and enhance employee experience

Organizations are more serious than ever about implementing a new working environment–the smart office, which brings together technologies, from connected devices and applications to integrated workplace software that helps manage and provide the flexibility that today's employee's require.

Prior to COVID-19, remote workers comprised of 40% of the U.S. workforce. Now, flexibility is no longer a perk but an expectation when returning to the workplace. Organizations have to embrace digital technology to maximize employee productivity when they are in and out of the office, and to optimize space and resources when they go remote. Is your workplace optimized to support this new normal? 

FM:Systems hosts a monthly demo where we explore how the combined strength of digital workplace solutions provide organizations with the foundation to identify, plan and deliver a safe workplace re-entry.

In our June demo, we will focus on how our workplace management solutions can highlight areas needing modification to ensure compliance with regulatory guidelines as well as safeguarding employee health.

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Key takeaways from this webcast include:

How the focused strength of digital workplace solutions optimizes the workplace experience by supporting traditional facility and real estate teams, executive and senior leaders, and employees and visitors
How an employee-first smart office will increase workplace productivity, reduce business expenses and create a more comfortable work environment for employees
How workplace analytics can empower you to make critical business decisions to ensure optimal collaboration throughout your organization

Who will be speaking?

Caine Mayhew

Solutions Consultant, FM:Systems

Caine Mayhew is a Solutions Consultant instrumental in consulting with customers to understand their business challenges; demoing FM:Systems product offerings to educate her audience, while working to address their specific business needs. Caine holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications Studies and History from the University of Alabama.