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Facilities Management
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February 13, 2020

What is Facilities Management

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Chris Williams
February 13, 2020

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According to the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), facility management is “a profession that encompasses multiple disciplines to ensure functionality of the built environment by integrating people, place, process, and technology.” Facilities themselves are made up of an organization of people, teams, departments, equipment, technology, and more. We think of office spaces as facilities; however, schools, hospitals, hotels, print shops and retail establishments are some other typical examples of facilities.

How Facilities Management can Benefit Your Business?

Every business relies on a group of functions and services that provide essential support to its core operations. Think of the facility that you work in; this includes the people and objects within it. A facility functions as its own living entity, and facilities management is responsible for making sure that it operates flawlessly. At its core, facilities management allows your business to carry out its mission while facility managers keep the resources you need up and running.

The value of Facilities Management

Now that we have established a clear picture of facilities management and how it affects a business let’s take a look at its real value and how it can enhance your operations. The responsibility of a facility manager to deliver value to a company, supporting their facility in any way that is necessary. This includes day-to-day maintenance required to keep operations up and running. It may also mean planning for the future. It is vital and essential for facility managers to align their plans with a client’s plans and goals.

Responsibilities associated with facility managers:

• Oversee the facility layout and make sure all space is used correctly.

• Find ways to reduce overhead expenses.

• Utilize and implement the latest technology.

• Improve processes and workflows.

• Keep the organization compliant with government regulations.

• Maintain an up-to-date business continuity plan in the event of a disaster.Facilities management is essential to keep your business up and running without headaches.

Don’t get pulled away from your core business trying to keep up with your facility. Contact All Copy Products for more information on our complete range of facility-related services.

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