Trimble unveils key updates to Manhattan platform
Advances were introduced to the software developer’s Manhattan Integrated Workplace Management System and Manhattan Space Scheduling.
Trimble recently launched enhancements for two of its integrated real estate and facility management programmes.
The improvements and additional features will aid organisations in reducing operating costs, drive efficiencies and increasing overall productivity of assets.
The updates were centred on the software developer’s Manhattan Integrated Workplace Management System and Manhattan Space Scheduling programmes. Introducing over 50 various enhancements, the new capabilities will enable both mid and large-sized organisations to streamline finance and management tasks.
The latest addition include multi-currency support and capability of working with Value Added Tax rates and codes.
The inclusion of a transaction module enables portfolio managers to engage in comparative analysis of records with ongoing transactions.
Finally, the platform’s Common Area Maintenance (CAM) has also been improved, helping end-users gain better visibility over their projects and accurately manage resources.
David George, general manager of Real Estate & Workplace Solutions for Trimble Buildings, commented: “Globalisation and an increasingly mobile workforce are placing new and complex demands on real estate and facility management and escalating key challenges associated with cost control, workplace productivity and space utilisation.”
He added: “Updates to Manhattan IWMS and Space Planning can allow an organisation to boost efficiency in every phase of construction, building operations and workplace management.”