Social Media Ubiquity Requires Synergetic Facility Management - Page 2
Social media platforms have adopted numerous angles to cloud betterment, yet LinkedIn seems to be more likely to adapt to intelligent business collaborations on platforms willing to enact cloud needs with facilities management goals.
Facility Management Is Huge
Currently representative to about 5% of global GDP is the FM niche, perhaps the one social media wildcard never played. Facility management, and the role of facility managers in particular, are embryonic to the extent that many managers have to operate at two levels: strategic-tactical and operational. Whereas social media departments consist of moderation, billing and sales, facilities management ties all those down into two main bite-sized sects: present and future. And iOffice, partners with larger and older businesses with 100% customer retention, wants social media to listen up.
iOffice is your concurrent software package that supports facility managers while they operate their business models smarter. Whether you are the manager that performs the day to day operations, the financier who pays the bills or someone in charge of harvesting new traffic, this cloud package seamlessly integrates daily operations with future predictions to keep workflow smarter, not harder. Culminating social media’s need for cloud integration, facility management and ubiquity into one manageable platform is all that iOffice intended to accomplish, and did so perfectly.
The very business model that’s serving LinkedIn perfectly, and is sinking Facebook, all reverts back to operating businesses with efficiency.