Planon software receives GEFMA certification

Zurich – The German Facility Management Association (GFMA) has once again certified Planon’s intelligent building management software in accordance with Guideline 444. Planon’s energy management and workplace management were also certified in accordance with the new Directive 445.

The GFMA has once again awarded Planon 's software for Integrated Workplace Management and Computer Aided Facility Management certification in accordance with Guideline 444, the company for intelligent and sustainable building management announced in a press release. The new criteria catalog for IoT data management introduced in the directive was also applied during the recertification. The Internet of Things (IoT) now plays an important role in intelligent building management due to the automated networking of building technology, writes Planon.

The two software functionalities Energy Management and Workplace Management have also been certified in accordance with the new GEFMA 445 guideline. It was developed by GEFMA's digitalization working group in response to technical developments in the proptech sector in order to be able to certify individual processes for building management, explains Planon. Compared to Directive 444, more in-depth functionalities are required.

"The renewed GEFMA 444 recertification and the new GEFMA 445 certification underline our high quality standards and our innovative strength as the market leader for intelligent and sustainable building management software," said Stephan Mau, COO Real Estate Management & General Manager EMEA Central at Planon, in the press release. The globally active proptech with headquarters in the Netherlands is represented in Switzerland with a branch in Technopark Zurich. ce/hs

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