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A maintenance and reliability solution that effectively manages functionalities and helps generate financial profits.
We develop systems and have the competence to help customers improve their planning, and optimisation and documentation of important value-creating processes.
With our solutions, customers increase their capacity, enhance their utilisation of resources and extend the lifetime of machines, equipment, buildings and installations.
We help customers to increase their profitability and strengthen their competitive ability by sharing know-how and securing a future-oriented solution with the best technology!
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Facility Management, in its modern guise, developed in the 1980s as businesses, and governments, grappled with the early challenges posed by technology and globalization. In 1985, Eli Goldratt (and writer Geoff Cox) first produced The Goal, which became the most widely read management book of the last century.
Value-Based Facilities Management (VBFM) is a practice that focuses on delivering facilities management (FM) services, that matters to an organisation business success.
Many behaviours and traditions in organisations take their cue from the environment that surrounds them. For example, space designers often use carpet colour as a way of communicating pathways or zones within the office. We also see them use a variety of lighting arrangements within the same space to convey mood or territory.
Do you consider cost reduction to be the major reason for improving a service? Did you know that fright for leprosy spurred research into cleaning two centenaries ago?
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