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BIFM AWARDS 2017: WINNERS’ STORIES

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Think Tank: What is the future of mailroom management? 

Mailroom management is a service that companies can also outsource like other soft services. Specialists in mailroom services even offer to market new technological solutions including ‘intelligent lockers’, which allow for around-the-clock package pick-up to drive down wait times.

But an increasing number of mailrooms find they don’t have the resources, the technology or the experience to support wider business objectives. Are you increasingly using technology and digitising your company's mailrooms? 

To take part in the survey click here.

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  • Cycling to workCycling to work is good for employers' branding, staff health and general air quality, but people need more than bike racks. Bill Dolworth reports.

FEATURES

  • Scrum in the RoundA workplace that facilitates the continuous cycle of events required for the scrum agile methodology of project working is one that allows multiple teams to work at different paces simultaneously, writes Casimir Meulendijks.
  • More we, less me the rise of co-workingCo-working has become a global phenomenon that is challenging conventional thinking about workspace and facilities management professionals, reports Serena Ralston.
  • Turning the lights down lowWith FMs in a prime position to steward or assist with workplace energy efficiency initiatives, Adam Leach looks at policy, practice and pay-offs.
  • The Future of Lighting ControlLighting Control requirement in commercial environments may occur for many reasons including building control regulations, environmental standards, or simply the desire to save energy and money. Luceco has collaborated with LiteIP to provide a flexible, intelligent wireless lighting system requiring no complicated electrical installation and no limit to the number of luminaires that can be controlled. Throughout the new Luceco Lighting Catalogue, compatible products carry the LiteIP logo for ease of spec