Planon and MazeMap are partnering to integrate Planon’s software for real estate, space, and asset management and MazeMap’s digital wayfinding solutions.
The two companies said that this partnership will enable organizations to offer an improved real-time user experience to building occupants and visitors.
MazeMap specializes in digital indoor and outdoor wayfinding for large campuses such as universities, hospitals, offices, and conference venues. By connecting MazeMap’s technology with Planon’s Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS), building occupants will benefit from enhanced navigation tools, the partners said.
“We are delighted to partner with Planon and to bring our digital wayfinding solution to the platform. The joint solution enables building occupants to get real-time directions from A to B,” said Thomas Jelle, CEO of MazeMap.
“Combining MazeMap’s expertise with Planon’s market leading IWMS allows us to meet the growing demand for an embedded wayfinding solution,” said Pierre Guelen, CEO of Planon. Iwan van Eldijk, VP of partnering and alliances at Planon, added, “Organizations will benefit from the user-friendly integration of MazeMap’s wayfinding solution with their Planon software solutions and will be able to offer a more hospitable experience to building users.”
Planon’s Integrated Workplace Management Solution (IWMS) includes: real estate management, space & workplace management, asset & maintenance management, integrated services management and sustainability management.
Planon is a global software provider that helps organizations to streamline business processes for buildings, people and workplaces. Planon has over 2,500 customers in 40 countries. The firm has offices in the United Kingdom, Singapore, the Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Germany, France, Sweden, India, Austria, Hong Kong and the United States.
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