Techtopia is the place at the annual National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) conference for all things digital and disruptive. Electrical professionals can visit the booth, #1644, to learn about how technology is changing how we conduct business. Part of the event programs include specific presentations from companies who are developing new technologies and systems to push the electrical industry further, and SmartCSM is proud to be involved.
"I am looking forward to presenting on how facility managers and technicians can “Diffuse the Electrical Time Bomb” in their buildings, using our innovative and transformative facility management software," said Craig Caryl, CEO of SmartCSM.
One of the things this presentation will touch on is how the IoT (Internet of Things) and smart buildings are the way of the future, but many facility managers are struggling to make their existing buildings smarter, to catch up with the changing times. In fact, over 76% of commercial buildings are 20 years old or older and are managed on aging, inaccurate paper records. This is a time bomb for both facility managers and their building customers. Facility managers never have enough time to do the preventive maintenance necessary to keep their systems functioning well, and as a result spend the majority of their time constantly putting out fires.
Make your work, team and buildings smarter and diffuse that bomb.
SmartCSM helps make facility managers’ lives better by replacing aging, inaccurate or missing paper records with an up-to-date, easily accessible system. Our platform is a digital interactive as-built, with the electrical grid, work history and close-out documentation available at a glance from any device. The Techtopia presentation, “Diffuse the Electrical Time Bomb”, will demonstrate for attendees the ways in which SmartCSM helps reduce operating costs, saves facility managers tons of time, and also increase customer revenue and loyalty.
Please join Craig for this Tech Talk session at Techtopia! The NECA 2018 conference takes place in Philadelphia between September 29th and October 2nd.
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