The architecture of CRE big data

A new model shows the scope, complexity and connectivity of corporate real estate and facilities activity. Looking at the big picture could help to drive integration.

By Richard Jordan and Susan Spiers

Edition 2 - February 2013 Pages 08-11

Tags: information management • real estate • facilities management

Every day, millions of people enter their workplace oblivious to the Herculean behind-the-scenes effort that has gone into ensuring that the workplace is able to support them. Their only interaction with the myriad of people, systems, and processes that make it all happen is the occasional service request, relocation, or renovation. Most workers don’t give a second thought to all that went into their workplace as they routinely go about their work.

They would be shocked to see the full scope o

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