You don’t have to be a multi-million-dollar company to get the most out of your business technology, but you do have to use IT solutions strategically to grow your company. Managers are always looking for ways to increase productivity and boost ROI ( Return on Investment). Commercial Automation is generally associated with increased effort and the results pay off quickly. A well conceived commercial automation plan always improves your company culture. Keep reading to explore how adopting commercial automation into your business can lead to lower overhead and higher morale.
Control Your Office With One System
Use your resources wisely and reduce energy costs with building automation systems and intelligent building technology. Network control and real-time monitoring of your lighting systems, heating, ventilation and cooling, and audio/video allows for automatic power-down or optimized adjustments when systems and rooms are not being used. All building systems may be monitored from one central location whether you have one building or an entire campus of technology integrated spaces. All of these systems can be managed so you can greet your staff each morning with coffee brewing, lights on, a comfortable temperature, and calming music. This is the kind of environment where people will be ready to focus and work efficiently.
How Building Automation Can Save You Money
The building as a whole will perform most efficiently if all the building systems are controlled as a part of an integrated system. Well-designed control systems can increase building efficiency up to 30% without the need to upgrade existing appliances. Maintain your teams productivity by syncing your HVAC to regulate temperature and motorized shades to provide the right amount of light. With automation, sensors will detect the amount of natural light coming into the office and adjust the artificial light you need. The sensors will also know when to adjust your motorized window shades to keep the cool or hot air from coming in the windows. As people walk from place to place in your office, sensors will turn lights on and off as needed so you don’t waste electricity.
Help Your Team Adjust to the Automation
Remember to help the team adopt the new automated processes. Perfectly designed automation will only work as well as it is adopted by the people who use it. Change is hard; most people don’t like change, even if it will make their jobs and lives easier. So to make sure it’s successful, remember to build in change management and training to any workflow automation you introduce. Once installed they will love it because they will have a more comfortable space to work in with adequate temperatures and the right amount of lighting. If the staff likes music and natural lighting… you will be able to adjust the settings. All of that will increase their productivity and cut down on turnover and frustration. Unified, open, and scalable automation platforms can act as a central point of control across your entire business.
SimpTech Solutions can design your building management system based on what’s important to you. You need a technology integrator who has a good track record of technical knowledge, proven customer service, and a great reputation.
About SimpTech Solutions
SimpTech Solutions operates as a residential and commercial electronics systems design and integration firm to deliver simple, flexible, and feature-rich technology solutions for customers across Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati.
Why Choose SimpTech Solutions?
Because we listen to you! Once we fully understand what you want, we can put together a solution to fulfill all your needs and your greatest desires.
- Guidance – The knowledge to educate you on the latest technologies available and discuss how they might benefit your lifestyle.
- Personalization – The skill to create or upgrade an electronic system that is uniquely yours.
- Convenience – All work from design to installation to user training is done for you. We handle all the details to bring you a great end result.
- Integration – The expertise to unite several separate electronic components together so they function as an easy-to-use cohesive system.