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Survey shows digital engagement growth

As improving news on economic performance continues to emergy, our latest online analysis launches today in the form of the H&V News Building Services Profitability Survey – www.surveymonkey.com/s/F2VL79C - designed to shed further light on the current situation, as well as indicating expectations for the future.

As always, this has been created with ease of engagement in mind, with multiple choice questions keeping time required to a minimum, while comment boxes provide the opportunity for those wishing to add more detail to do so. The results will be analysed and published in a future edition of H&V News.

Further online engagement is required for those wishing to enter the H&V News Awards. Readers are encouraged to register online at www.handvawards.com to view the various requirements and helpful information, while bearing the entry deadline of 6 December in mind. We will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Industry’s Oscars next year, which means the 2014 winners will receive even more attention than usual.

While the publishing industry has long embraced the digital environment, this is increasingly also true of the building services sector. Remote, web-based monitoring of system and building performance is just one aspect that is becoming increasingly common, while others – such as online tracking of vehicles and engineers – can also be seen to have expanded in recent years.

With the economy a long way short of a full recovery, companies still need to work more efficiently and digital engagement could be the trend to watch to meet customer demand in the future.

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