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IWMS Consulting knows and follows all the major industry standard of our profession.

The industry is filled with an impressive number of different standards. They all are very specific and have different purposes, but which applies to you?

In IWMS Consulting we keep up-to-date with all the standards that are in place in our areas of expertise so we can provide our clients with the best possible industry knowledge for a fair and effective comparison that suits perfectly.

The range of standards we use goes from basic space management and polylining standards such as RICS, IPD, IFMA, BOMA, to Asset Management such as SFG20, NRM, or even BIM standards such as COBIE.

We consider industry standards to be critical for any project and will always ensure to offer our clients the best consultancy services.

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Utilisation Surveys provide you with a clear insight on your space usage but also about human behaviours data that workspace designers need.

Badge Data gathering and analysis provide you with an indication of your building's attendance. Good to be used as a first step towards building portfolio intelligence.

Flexible working is an option that will come across as you optimise the usage of your workplace, but is it the right move?  

Space Booking is a necessity for an efficiently ran workspace but their implementation is not as simple as it may seem.

Intelligence is the ultimate aim. Having the right data that feeds back intelligently to the right places at the right time is a very tricky exercise. 

Process review is an important step during your optimisation project, and those opportunities don't arise very often. 

Systems implementations are complex processes that need to be deployed delicately to ensure of full acceptance and integration within the business.

Change Management is a key factor to any deployment that we recommend using during most of our projects.

Because sometimes you just need that little tool and not an enterprise solution.

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