IBM announced it has added artificial intelligence (AI) to its TRIRIGA facilities management solution.
TRIRIGA is an integration workplace management system, that helps customers manage their workspace and facilities. By utilizing existing real estate to its maximum potential, companies can reduce waste and save money on operating cost and real estate purchases.
According to the press release, “the new TRIRIGA Assistant, a smart, conversational AI tool which uses natural language processing to help users quickly and easily engage with the spaces around them. TRIRIGA Assistant can help remove the hassle of coordinating with colleagues to schedule and reserve conference rooms, submit service requests such as lighting and catering, or locate a colleague’s assigned workspace.”
IBM sees workplace management as a critical part of a company’s efforts, one that can improve workflows, boost productivity, cut costs and improve bottom lines.
“Employees and real estate are key elements to organizational growth and development, driving companies to create cost-effective and engaging workplaces that help attract and retain top talent,” said Kareem Yusuf, Ph.D., general manager, AI Applications, IBM. “The implementation of TRIRIGA with embedded AI provides corporations and facility managers with insights into how they can more effectively utilize space across their enterprise. This technology can help companies address the growing expectations of today’s modern workforce and achieve better business results.”