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It’s alive!! 5 ways buildings are taking advantage of the IoT
After spending a few days at TRIMax immersing myself in all things around facilities management and ...
Save money by getting rid of the space you don’t use
When it comes to space in a building, there are three key types. There are spaces that make your business money, such as labs or offices. There are spaces that cost you money, like a cafeteria. But, the most egregious waste of space is that which ...
How to equip your TRIRIGA chariot with fierce stallions
There’s an old metaphor originating from Plato that compares the soul to that of a chariot with a pair of winged horses. Chariots of the gods were equipped with two good horses, while us mere mortals were given one good horse and one bad, ...
The (real) impact of big data on commercial real estate
It’s that time of year, the TRIMax User Conference is upon us and I especially look forward to this conference every year. This conference grows in attendance year over year. Why is that? Largely because our clients see the value of their real ...
3 important reasons to be thankful for EAM this year
It’s hard to believe two of my favorite ‘T’ events are happening in the next couple of weeks: Thanksgiving & TRIMax. In the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday here in the U.S., and in anticipation of TRIMax, I wanted to talk ...
I’m heading to the smartest building in the world
Although I try to minimize business travel between Thanksgiving and Christmas, there are always events that I see as critical. The evolution of “smart building” technology is interesting to watch, and this year, I am heading to what could...
How Umpqua Bank is transforming real-estate with IBM TRIRIGA and IoT
A TRIMAX Speaker Spotlight from Tony Baily, SVP Umpqua Bank I’m Tony Bailey, Senior Vice ...
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by Rodrigo Ibraim Teixeira
Delivering Superior Enroute Global Weather and Flight ...
by John Szatkowski
The benefits of a field service management solution
by Franklin Morris