The Building People provides IWMS consulting for your specific IWMS project needs. We invest time with the key stakeholders to understand their existing processes as well as their goals. We document existing processes and identify areas that are efficient as well as areas that can be improved throughout the implementation. The deliverable for this phase is a detailed Implementation Plan which includes a detailed and refined schedule that takes into consideration that the key stakeholders already have a full-time job that should not be negatively impacted by the overall project.
Our IWMS consulting services are used to determine which technologies and solutions are best suited to enhance your facility’s performance in order to discover how you can generate savings and increase productivity in the short and long-term. We also provide periodic reviews on optimizing your IWMS solution with the aim of achieving further productivity gains and recognizing cost savings. This ensures that the right processes are in place to get the most out of your system, and explores potential expansions.
We help clients embrace emerging technology, system integration, and real-time building data to empower workplace efficiency and productivity.
- Explore potential solutions
- Return-on-Investment (ROI) analysis
- Needs Assessment
- Workflow process
- Technology evaluation
- Global deployment consultation
- Explore expanding existing implementations
- Post-implementation results analysis
- Key Performance Indicator (KPI) analysis
- Workflow process review
- Future technology planning
We approach every project as a partner to the organization we are implementing an Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) for.
Our approach equips people to be smarter through smarter technologies and smarter buildings.
We ensure project leaders understand the change management, cybersecurity, infrastructure, and stakeholder engagement required to deliver the future of facilities today. Tenants must experience these innovations in a way that inspires them to transform how they interact with next-generation built environments. We encourage individuals to see their environment as a tool to support their work, the mission, and the impact they will have on generations to come.