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Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Darian Lee!

Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Darian Lee!

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Software Support Analyst, Darian Lee. Darian started at SCLogic on March 12, 2018 and previously completed internships at Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Exelon after attending University of Maryland Baltimore County, earning an BS in Information Technology in 2017. Born in Frederick, MD, Darian has lived in the DC/Baltimore area his entire life. In his spare time, he enjoys hanging out with friends, playing rugby and video games. Please join us in welcoming Darian to…

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The Difference Between Property Management and Facility Management

The Difference Between Property Management and Facility Management

The more we delve into the FM world, the more we realize the intricacies and nuance inherent in the industry. This week I took a closer look at Property Management and Facility Management. Of course, there are many perspectives on what defines each role, but one logical differentiation that stood out to me was that Property Managers oversee buildings that are an asset to its owner and generate revenue while Facility Managers oversee buildings that don’t directly generate revenue. From…

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FM 2 FM: A Virtual Sit-down with Facilities Subject Matter Expert Jon Burke

FM 2 FM: A Virtual Sit-down with Facilities Subject Matter Expert Jon Burke

SCLogic was fortunate enough to learn about Jon Burke via our amazing VP of Marketing, Ashley Cleveland. Mr. Burke is a distant relative by marriage, so she affectionately refers to him as “Uncle Jon” or “Non-Uncle Jon” as the actual case may be. Precise familial ties aside, Mr. Burke is the Facilities Subject Matter Expert for a major electronics company, so we were excited that he agreed to talk to us about his life in Facility Management, as well as…

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Cutting Costs and Taking Names: An Article Written by One Of Our Own

Cutting Costs and Taking Names: An Article Written by One Of Our Own

The SCLogic team has done it again with a well-written article recently published in Mailing Systems Technology magazine called, “Cutting Mail Center Costs: The Goldilocks Approach.” Why Goldilocks? Because there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to making your mailroom more efficient. The article poses questions to help you think through what might work best for your situation, inviting you to think from expansive, moderate, and creative/resourceful positions. For example: Is your mail center experiencing the year-over-year 25% growth in package deliveries? Did…

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The Robots Are Coming…No Wait, They’re Already Here. So, What Should We DO with Them?

The Robots Are Coming…No Wait, They’re Already Here. So, What Should We DO with Them?

Ryan W. Buell, an Associate Professor of Service Management in the Tech and Ops Management unit at the Harvard Business School, just published an article that discusses the increasing use of advanced robotic automation technology in our everyday lives. However, he doesn’t just illustrate the expanding number of use cases, he examines how people want automation to enrich their lives and to what degrees. It brings the adage, “just because we can, doesn’t mean we should” to a whole new…

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Meet the new Software Engineer, Jake Finamore

Meet the new Software Engineer, Jake Finamore

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Software Engineer, Jake Finamore. Jake started at SCLogic in October of 2017 and previously worked for Catalyte.io for three years. He graduated from the College of Southern Maryland in the 2013, earning his Associates in Computer Science. Jake brings his valuable experience of software development to the SCLogic development team. Born in Virginia Beach, VA, Jake spent his childhood in Palestine. In his spare time, he enjoys playing board games, binge watching tv…

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Sustainability…not just another hokey green theme

Sustainability…not just another hokey green theme

It shouldn’t be any secret that sustainable practices in the workplace are beneficial for the environment and community, but you may or may not know that wearing the green halo can also benefit your company. This is a great time for facility managers to show leadership by bringing ideas that can reduce operational costs and demonstrate a desire to put the company in the best light possible. Last week I attended a lunch and learn hosted by IFMA’s Capital Chapter…

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New Year’s Resolutions: Revitalizing or Stressful?

New Year’s Resolutions: Revitalizing or Stressful?

A few thoughts on how to set realistic goals  Whether you’re ready or feeling like time is passing a little too quickly, 2018 is here! And of course, along with the New Year comes the requisite resolution to be a better “you”. We for one think you’re great just the way you are, but it’s understandable that you might need to assess your business objectives and make projections for the upcoming year. Unsure as to how to set realistic goals?…

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FMJ’s Take on the Future of Facility Management

FMJ’s Take on the Future of Facility Management

FMJ Magazine is a publication that IFMA (International Facility Management Association) produces on a bi-monthly basis that covers all relevant topics in the FM world, from architecture to technology. I thought this article in their November/December issue might be helpful to both newbies in the Facility Management space and established FMs curious about what the future may hold for them in the industry. Check out Facility Management: Today, Tomorrow, Forever?