Proof #7: It Comes Back to Scale

Proof #7: It Comes Back to Scale

You know you want to try it but… Services that are used for a niche purpose must be flexible enough to incorporate changes in software used in building equipment so that services installed and trusted can continue to earn the loyalty of their users.

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Proof #5: Basement to Boardroom

Proof #5: Basement to Boardroom

You know you want to try it but... The market for facility management software solutions is a busy one, and new concerns are rising from the basement to the boardroom after COVID-19 removed all sense of routine from building operations.

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Proof #4: The Secret to Capitalism

Proof #4: The Secret to Capitalism

PointGuard approached the problems of buildings from another angle - a question of how can we do more with less. How can we make buildings operate better with less negative impact on the world’s health and while keeping it within budget? How can we discover profit for building owners?

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Proof #3: The Hunt for Buried Treasure

Proof #3: The Hunt for Buried Treasure

Technology has evolved the method of data reception from manually checking equipment and analyzing trends via hand-drawn data points to one that can be primarily remote thanks to cloud-based software listening to building systems.

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Proof 2: A Referee for Less

Proof 2: A Referee for Less

You know you want to try it but… Are the options available today for retrocomissioning, fault detection and diagnostics, condition-based maintenance completely independent?

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A Headstart for Later

A Headstart for Later

PointGuard is making it easier to assess the positive impacts of remote facilities management with the Snapshot. Without needing to invest a lot of time or money to see the impact of how software can allow for improved building performance while allowing for increased remote management and focused work orders.

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A Year in Review

A Year in Review

As we approach the beginning of a new decade, we can’t help but reflect, like most, on what we’ve accomplished.

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Report: Technology for Retro-commissioning

Report: Technology for Retro-commissioning

Buildings often go through a commissioning process when they are built. But over time, equipment gets replaced or degrades and systems stop working as well as when they were originally designed. That is why retrocommissioning has become an important process for building managers and owners.

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