The New York-based operations platform used by Brookfield, Sutherland and Mercatus, has formed a global alliance with complementary service providers Airmaster and NEJAVI.
Airmaster is an Australia-based building services company, and NEJAVI is a sales advisory and delivery service focusing on digital transformation and business process.
The partnership will help real estate portfolio owners and operators realise next-level operational savings, energy efficiency, and improved building performance.
Leveraging the combined power of Facilio’s unified cloud operations software platform, Airmaster’s intelligent building products, and engineering services, and NEJAVI’s experience in IoT service delivery, the partnership will accelerate smart building projects and solve portfolio-level IoT deployments without redundant site-level integrations.
Joint customers are benefiting from immediate value across:
- Portfolio Monitoring and Visibility: focused on portfolio-level performance benchmarking, sustainability reporting, and operational savings via FDD & business intelligence capabilities.
- Enterprise O&M Efficiency: that goes beyond analytics to tie operations intelligence with automated real-time workflows including condition-based and predictive maintenance, conference & meeting room automation, occupants apps and kiosk interfaces, customer self-service scheduling, and independent data layer capabilities
- Energy Optimization: to exceed sustainability goals and meet savings targets via cloud-based remote setpoint optimization, automated demand response, ramp up/ramp down the optimization, occupancy-based setback, etc.
“The partnership with Facilio was an obvious fit,” said Noel Courtney, CEO of Airmaster. “It is the best of both worlds for our customers who will be able to use our intelligent/smart products and services to optimize the whole O&M lifecycle, energy performance, and customer experiences—within a single platform.
“The NEJAVI team has always focused on strategies that help drive customer growth and the partnership with Facilio and Airmaster will further strengthen this offering and help customers effectively capitalize on IoT technology and solutions, linking technology, vendors and customers through a holistic business model” comments Matthew Smith, Managing Director of APAC, NEJAVI. “With a unique approach to property operations, a powerful technology stack, and strong industry experience, Facilio and Airmaster help us to develop winning IoT projects that meet the modern O&M needs of customers and enable a fully data-driven portfolio.”
We are committed to creating a seamless, smarter way to connected building operations as more and more customers embrace cloud-based portfolio performance management”, added Prabhu Ramachandran, Founder & CEO, of Facilio. “By teaming up with proven ecosystem players, our customers can see multi-fold value by leveraging their existing supervisory controls infrastructure to deploy IoT-led high-performance portfolio operations with Facilio, Airmaster, and NEJAVI.”
Facilio raised $35m in a series B funding round earlier this year.