The use of integrated workplace management software from IBM will help improve building maintenance while extending the life of buildings and reduce the more than 120,000 work orders the state receives each year. This effort will help the state improve funding and space management by providing a complete view of building use and the ability to quickly identify redundant or under-used properties."The Patrick-Murray Administration continues to think more innovatively to deliver cost-savings for the Commonwealth," said Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance Commissioner Carole Cornelison. "We will work with the private sector as well as our public sector partners to improve maintenance, energy and space management in order to make smarter infrastructure improvements that will lead to greater sustainability of state facilities."
Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, City Of Boston, Boston University & IBM Partner To Build A 'Smarter Planet'
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