The annual i-FM Technology in FM Award recognises companies and organisations in the facilities arena that are utilising new technologies to achieve exemplary improvements in business processes and performance in the world of the connected workplace.
The Technology in FM Award scheme is open to entrants from across the facilities management industry and its many associated sectors. Entries are welcome from end users or tech providers across a broad range of initiatives – service delivery or management, internal or external communications, projects, apps – anything that demonstrably contributes to enhancing work, the workplace or the environment for people at work. Joint entries, for example from a tech company and a client, are also welcome. And of course this year Covid-19 apps and any similar initiative designed to support the return-to-the-workplace process, reinforce health & safety procedures or enhance employee comfort and wellbeing are welcome too!
How to enter
The 2022 Technology in FM Award will be open for entries later this year.
Important to know
Judging – All shortlisted entrants are assured fair and impartial assessment by a panel on which the majority is independent FM and technology experts. Judges will be particularly interested in the ‘who, what, why, where, when and how’ elements of each entry as they seek to understand and assess the drivers for its development and the benefits it delivers.
More information – Further information about what judges will be looking for will be provided with your entry acknowledgement. You can email us any time on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about the award, the entry process and judging.
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