In part 4 of this blog series discussing smart building tech’s role in times of crisis, we explained how to adapt your building operations for sites that remain occupied even during an emergency.
Adjusting your building operations and encouraging your staff to work from home because of a global lockdown requires flexible and strategic planning. The process of reopening your commercial properties is equally challenging, and is largely dependent on the strength of your corporate communications.
Once you know when and how staff and customers should start to utilize their commercial spaces again, you will need to communicate these exact policies so that all occupants feel secure and trust in your brand remains strong. It’s essential to use building performance data to demonstrate transparency and provide a rationale for changes in policy. Therefore, commercial building management software plays a crucial role. Below are 5 tips for using the Switch Platform to communicate next steps:
We understand this is a challenging time, so please reach out if we can help in any way. We’re here to ensure that you can use the Switch Platform to remotely monitor, manage and optimize your buildings – even during a global crisis.
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