Hayward, CA July 5, 2001 Technology company eFORCE and building services software provider Workspeed today announced the release of a new application to allow individuals from different organizations to work together in real-time when requesting and delivering building services.
Users for the new application could include building owners, managers, tenants and suppliers. eFORCE says the application streamlines communication and optimizes resources and responsiveness by eliminating the traditional "paper and voicemail" chase.
Workspeed Building can be used for single or multiple buildings. The application supports complex workflows involved in commercial real estate management, and it integrates the Web, wireless and phone channels. By using the application, companies can create databases of building operating information.
Seventeen leading real estate companies representing over 300 million square feet of prime office space in the United States have adopted the Workspeed platform, according to the solution provider. Workspeed Building has been implemented in more than 40 facilities in such cities as Boston, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Seattle.