Key Facilities Management International is pleased to announce the launch of its latest international subsidiary which was established in Greece this month. Michalis Roussos is leading the business in Greece and has already secured several opportunities. Michalis stated, “I am glad that we will have the opportunity to present the benefits of our True FM aspirational vision and offer tailored solutions to respond to the requirements and challenges of the local market”.
CEO Stan Mitchell with Michalis Roussos, leading the way on Key Greece
Jim Yorston, Key Facilities Management International COO commented “It became very clear that many opportunities would emerge in Greece and this has already started to come true – I look forward to exciting times ahead and supporting Michalis as we move forward”.
The addition of Greece to the existing subsidiary countries of Egypt, Bulgaria and Portugal is a recognition of the ‘value add’, quality of services and innovation delivered by Key Facilities Management via its True FM approach.
What is True FM?
Key FM’s smart approach to facilities management leverages the best of what’s possible today, yet continuously improves and adapts in response to tomorrow’s challenges. True FM is an aspirational vision designed to meet the challenges of today’s workplace. It interweaves advanced methods for optimising performance of people, place, process and technology, yet is always tailored to our client’s specific requirements.
Optimal performance hinges on experienced and independent consultancy, such as that offered by Michalis, and solutions that are innovative, comprehensive and adaptive. These 5 virtues of True FM, which together differentiate KEY’s offering from conventional FM will be at the forefront of the solutions we offer in Greece. To find out more about Key Greece or True FM contact us today.
Key FM is pleased to share details of CIO Gordon Mitchell’s upcoming seminar at the Facilities Show, London Excel. Key FM is looking forward to joining industry enthusiasts for 2 days of insights and knowledge sharing-opportunities from the 18th to 20th June.
Blending FM Standards with Industrial Revolution 4.0 – The Adaptive Workplace
Join Gordon as he takes you on a journey looking at the opportunities for FM presented by Industrial Revolution 4.0. He’ll give his predictions for developments in workplace culture and environment and highlight the role of technology in the future FM landscape. Industry-leading insight will be supported by concrete business case studies and examples underpinned by Gordon’s experience in the longest running FM company in the UK.
Facilities Show London 2019
Date: Thursday 20th June
Location: Workplace Technology Theatre
ISO TC 267 Technology Task Group
Gordon is chair of this new ISO Technology Task Group with a remit to build a working understanding of the implications of technology developments within the realm of FM. The group will build a framework of capabilities to facilitate a deeper understanding of how best to integrate everything from Artificial Intelligence and blockchain to robotics into facilities management. Ultimately providing clarity on how technology integrates with the many built environment tools and knowledge bases available on the market.
Where social science meets the workplace
Key FM is keen to ensure that people are at the heart of everything we do. With this focus in mind, solutions that Gordon will highlight in his seminar come back to a central question. Does this space support the overall aim of a happier and healthier workforce? Key FM aims to work with suppliers that are in tune with this mission from both the UK and internationally. To find out more, make sure you join Gordon on Thursday.
Gordon will be available before or after his seminar to discuss implications for your business.
Connect with Key FM today to help us ensure your FM solution is ahead of the technology curve.
Key FM is pleased to share the news that Gordon Mitchell has been selected to lead a new ISO/TC267 Technology Task Group (FMTTG) under the umbrella of the Advisory Group 1 (AG1) Road Map.
Next steps for ISO 41000 Image source: WWW.IFMA.ORG/FMJ
Industry peers understand technology is becoming increasingly important to facilities management. For many years Gordon has spearheaded industry–leading thinking in this area, so he is the natural choice to bring his enthusiasm and passion for tech. to the process. He recognises the near incredible pace at which technology is evolving and is fully on board with the ISO resolve to invest more attention and resources to this topic as part of the AG1 Road Map.
explore the issue of FM and technology and develop a road map and recommendations for a way forward to navigate this domain. Stakeholders are aware of the need to standardise the ways in which our industry approaches technology but at the same time are in tune with the challenges of standardising anything as fluid as technology in the current environment!
A crack “task force”!
The group of experts range from academics pioneering the thought leadership process through inspirational Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) to best-in-class technology experts in their respective fields.
Direction St. Petersburg!
The FMTTG kicked off in April and aims to report back in November 2019. Gordon will be at the EFMC in Dublin with the intention of delivering a straw-man proposal and validation of direction of work. In November 2019, in St. Petersburg the team will deliver their white paper, road map and, if applicable, new work item proposal.
The FMTTG represents an exciting next step within the ISO 41000 series and yet again Key FM is proud to be at the heart of the developments it will bring to our industry.
Ensure you are the first to hear about developments in the FMTTG by following Key FM on LinkedIn. If you are interested in finding out more, connect with Gordon and Key FM today!