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By DARLENE BEREZNICKI | Facilities Net | July 7, 2017
Companies that are on the path to creating a smart building portfolio have lots of valid questions. They know there’s a better, more sophisticated, cost-effective way to manage their real estate assets, but the initial details of how to execute that vision are often murky. They want to know what questions to pose in their RFPs; how to structure their smart building program to quickly identify operational savings opportunities; and how to design a scalable program. In an effort to facilitate the process, here are three key decisions that corporate and commercial facility and real estate teams face on smart building programs.
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