Meet The CrowdComfort Team: Kaylon Crawford
In this blog we interview Kaylon Crawford, our Lead Implementation & Customer Support Specialist for the Chicago team, who shares her many talents and strengths inside and outside the workplace. Learn about her career, day to day life, and passions and philosophies that inspire her and make her an amazing person to work with.
Meet the CrowdComfort Team: Tenzin Dawa
In this blog we interview Tenzin Dawa, an implementation and customer success specialist, who shares deep insight on how to support the customer. Learn about her career, day to day life, and her passions and philosophies that inspire her and make her an amazing person to work with.
Technology Will Drive the Future of Occupant Experience - James Scott
Artificial Intelligence will see a significant rise in its use to increase a building’s energy efficiency along with tenant experience, with data visualization in the form of Digital Twin technology enabling reduced operating expenses.
School is Out, Summer Cleaning and Facilities Work is In
In this article, we will go through how to plan, schedule, and keep track of who is doing what work, what tasks have been completed, and when they were completed this summer.
4 Ways Life Sciences Can Use Custodial and Facilities Operations Data to Reduce Risk
Much like GMP software, companies will lower risks by providing transparency for themselves within the custodial and operations process allowing for them to give clear instructions and identify problems while saving time and money. This will also help improve efficiency with centralized reporting on all activities and work within the space so facilities leaders can improve day-to-day processes and strategies.
CoreNet ERS 2023: Learnings and Connections
This year’s theme was Global Interdependency and the sessions proved to be full of interesting insights and information. I was able to attend many sessions and here are my condensed notes on the sessions I was able to attend.
Combating Labor Shortages Through Data-Driven Recognition - Kevin Loos
Higher pay, bonuses, promotions and simple recognition will be critical to maintain a top notch facilities and custodial team and it will be well worth the cost.
3 Data Points Facilities Leaders Need to Manage Hybrid Work.
Employees are asking for a flexible work experience new things and facilities teams must adapt to that sentiment, with new views around health, safety, and work-life balance. Hybrid workplaces not only mean flexibility for the employee but also more variability and complexity for facilities teams trying to provide a best-in-class physical workplace. How can we create the best and most efficient office environment to ensure satisfaction amongst occupants?