Developing new and more efficient information technology affectsthe organisation of facilities management by improving the ability tocoordinate, to inspect and to translate. Using Swedish examples,decentralisation and the links to users are discussed. The implicationsof common databases as well as three types of integration ofprocess stages, of technical specialities and of technical withinformation system design are also seen in the light of improvedinformation technology.
Facilities – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jan 1, 1991