Mitie’s Miworld is a management information tool developed by the service provider for major integrated FM contracts. Judges were dazzled by the software’s ambition, scope and sophistication. In an increasingly valuable IFM market, Miworld provides customers and contract managers unprecedented access to data across entire portfolios in one place. The web-based portal also boasts an easy-to-use interface and is scalable according to the user’s requirements. Mitie was able to demonstrate a number of examples where the technology has delivered significant savings. (Pictured right – Rachel Clark, Miworld Sector Lead – Public & Education, Mitie Integrated Facilities Management, with David Howorth, Director of Operations EMEA, Condeco Software, and i-FM’s Simon Iatrou.)
The decision to pick an outright winner from two of this year’s finalists was so difficult the judges felt that it was appropriate to bestow Logincident, a health & safety software tool used by OCS, with a Highly Commended award. The app’s intuitive design gives service staff the opportunity to log and report health & safety risks in their workplace. The judging panel was extremely impressed by OCS’s use of Logincident as a tool to empower staff and create a cooperative culture of best practice at all levels of the organisation. (Pictured left – Jane Sheard, CEO, OCS FM, and Gary Davison, Co-founder, Logincident, with David Howorth and Simon Iatrou.)
i-FM’s annual Technology in FM Awards recognise companies and organisations in the facilities sector that are utilising new technologies, particularly the internet, to achieve exemplary improvements in business processes and performance.
Click on the links below to learn about each of the shortlisted entries: