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How to Achieve Building Intelligence

Technology is changing what is possible in the built environment and how we think about and use space, place, and time in the workplace. The future-focused leader already understands the importance of integrating and deploying trends to maintain a competitive advantage and to enhance asset value.

Kurt Karnatz will present “Developing the Business Case and Roadmap to Building Intelligence” at NFMT’s High-Performance Buildings & Workplaces event in Austin, Texas on May 3. He will help attendees understand what is possible and practical for their facilities through building intelligence and explain how they can achieve C-suite buy-in by developing a business case to justify building intelligence initiatives, among other topics.

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