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FM:Systems is a leading provider of Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) and the top performer in space management and workplace services software. 

Our broad solution, specializing in space and occupancy, assets and maintenance, real estate and strategic planning, as well as projects and sustainability, empowers our clients to gain insight into how their facility space is utilized, how they enhance efficiency and create an employee-centric workplace.

Brian Haines

2301 Sugar Bush Rd
Ste. 500
Raleigh, NC 27612
United States


In the News

FM:Systems Offers Webcast on Strategic Planning When Returning to the Workplace

Published 5/4/2020

FM:Systems is offering a webcast detailing five key steps that will enable facilities managers to prepare for the return to the workplace. Delivered by Brian Haines, Vice President of Strategy for FM:Systems, "Strategic Planning When Returning to the Workplace" will air from 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM EST on May 7, 2020. 

Key takeaways will include:

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FM:Systems Provides Digital Workplace Optimization Webcast

Published 4/5/2020

FM:Systems is offering a webcast on the use of digital solutions to enhance productivity on May 14, 2020. If you would like to build a smarter workplace, optimize space utilization, and enhance employee experience, FM Systems’ strategies will enable you to leverage connected devices and applications to deliver the flexibility that your staff require. By the end of 2020, mobile workers will account for 75 percent of the total workforce.

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Data Analysis Key to Maximizing Sensor-Based Smart Technology

Published 8/28/2019

The vast array of Internet of Things (IoT) technology on the market today can tempt facility planners to install the latest gadget just because it is available. IoT technology offers a variety of tools, such as sensors and software that can be added to furniture or other facility assets, to allow these assets to connect and exchange data using built-in wireless connectivity. But to what end? Brian Haines, vice president of strategy for FM:Systems, cautions planners to look beyond the allure of new technology and to carefully assess which sensor or combination of sensors will produce data that advances specific institutional goals or addresses immediate facility concerns.  

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