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Nuvolo Introduced Connected Workplace, Transforming Modern IWMS

HR Tech Outlook | Friday, February 26, 2021

The five components of IWMS are maintenance, projects, space, real estate, and sustainability. Nuvolo Connected Workplace expands beyond the traditional IWMS scope by also delivering field service management as well as operational technology cybersecurity for the protection of non-IT connected equipment and devices.

Fremont, CA: Nuvolo, the world's fastest-growing and most innovative workplace services company, has declared the launch of Nuvolo Connected Workplace. The latest launch is the culmination of Nuvolo's sustained, long-term commitment to the workplace service delivery market and accelerated adoption of our modern Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) platform worldwide. This platform announcement and brand refresh bolster Nuvolo's position as the leading digital transformation company for modern workplace service management.

"Connected Workplace is the realization of a committed, long-term strategy at Nuvolo to redefine and disrupt the legacy IWMS market. The formal platform launch and re-branding initiative coincides with the evolution of the workplace as a strategic focus area for enterprise and public sector customers globally," stated Tom Stanford, Nuvolo CEO. "Nuvolo is the innovation and customer adoption leader in this market, leveraging our Built on NOW™ platform strategy. Connected Workplace represents the future of workplace service management and embodies everything we deliver on behalf of our clients by connecting people, technology and processes across the enterprise on one platform."

The five components of IWMS are maintenance, projects, space, real estate and sustainability. Nuvolo Connected Workplace expands beyond the traditional IWMS scope by also delivering field service management as well as operational technology cybersecurity for the protection of non-IT connected equipment and devices.

Nuvolo Connected Workplace adoption results in the takeout of disparate, legacy point solutions and offers a simple, modern end-user mobile experience, as well as a more productive, safer as well as improved managed workplace for the business.

"Automating the Connected Workplace creates efficiencies, improves productivity, and reduces information gaps," said Juliana Beauvais, research manager in IDC's enterprise applications practice. "In a single day of operating a facility, corporate real estate, maintenance, IT, HR, contractors, suppliers, employees, and even customers must pass critical information to each other. A modern IWMS helps capture more of this information to help organizations achieve better asset and workplace performance."

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