Yes, it’s that time again! In July 2016, TRIRIGAFEEDIA earned 4842 views from 1543 visitors, which represented a distinct drop from last month, most likely due to the U.S. Fourth of July holiday. Yet this top ten represented 5.7% or 276 of these views, which was the highest “spike” for any set of top-ten posts so far, wow.
Like last time, there was a lot of activity with certification training, UX learning, and the TRIMAX community. Again, the UX activity was led by the UX Lessons. But this time, the big surprise was Levin Global’s presentation “From data to comprehensive property management”, nice! So, here were the top-ten posts of July 2016.
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TRIRIGAFEEDIA Versus Knowledge Center
In a previous Top Ten post, I revealed a scary statistic. Based on the 6-month period ending February 29, 2016, TRIRIGAFEEDIA is getting about 30% (16198/54143) as many views, or 3 views for every 10 views of TRIRIGA on the IBM Knowledge Center (KC), wow. Has it changed since then? Sadly, I don’t have the latest KC numbers.
Luckily, I have the latest TRIRIGAFEEDIA numbers. If we assume that the KC views grew by 20% for the 6-month period ending July 31, 2016, then this blog reached 44.5% (28904/64972) as many views. But if we assume a 10% gain, then this blog rose to 48.5% (28904/59557), or 5 views for every 10 KC views! Which is crazy!
In other words, in less than 2 years, TRIRIGAFEEDIA has reached almost 50% of the activity of TRIRIGA on KC, updated for 5 years by 5-7 writers including myself. Crazy!
|Knowledge Center Collections
|All 21 TRIRIGA collections (6 months ending 02.29.16)
|All 21 TRIRIGA collections (assuming 20% gain)
|All 21 TRIRIGA collections (assuming 10% gain)
|All 21 TRIRIGA collections (assuming 0% gain)
|All 21 TRIRIGA collections (assuming 10% loss)
|By comparison, TRIRIGAFEEDIA (6 months ending 07.31.16)
[Admin: This post appeared first on TRIRIGAFEEDIA. This post is related to the 07.01.16 post about the top-ten posts of June 2016.]
[Google Translated from Spanish]
From data to comprehensive property management
TRIRIGA: Learn how you can enhance the administration of property and assets through a robust integrated system with reporting and metrics that allow traceability, visibility and transparency of information and the efforts being made, allowing you to generate significant savings and make decisions at the right time.
- Presenter: Tamara Yoffe, TRIRIGA Sales Director [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Presenter: Julian Blomberg, CIO [Julian.Blomberg@levinglobal.com]
De los datos a la gestión integral de propiedades
TRIRIGA: Conoce cómo es posible potenciar la administración de propiedades y activos mediante un robusto sistema integrado con de reportes y métricas que permiten tener trazabilidad, visibilidad y transparencia de la información y de las gestiones que se realizan, permitiendo generar importantes ahorros y tomar decisiones en el momento adecuado.
- Presentador: Tamara Yoffe, TRIRIGA Sales Director [email@example.com]
- Presentador: Julian Blomberg, CIO [Julian.Blomberg@levinglobal.com]
A couple of weeks ago, I posted an entry called “What is TRIRIGA code name Shift?” In response, Tamara at Levin Global noted that “it’s no longer called ‘Shift’! At Sales Academy we were told that the name was changing!” In fact, I heard the same news. But what would the new name be like? Short? Sweet?
TRIRIGA Momentum… or not?
To paint some context, let’s rewind a decade. Back in 2005-2007, some of you might remember that the TRIRIGA Platform was once known by the name “TRIRIGA Momentum”. That is, until external circumstances terminated its usage. But while it lasted, I thought the name wasn’t so bad. Pretty short and sweet, yet also strong.
IBM TRIRIGA SaaS… or not?
In 2015, TRIRIGA finally released its SaaS solution! Sadly, instead of a short-and-sweet name like “IBM TRIRIGA SaaS”, the final product name stretched out into an awkward tongue-twister, “IBM Facilities and Real Estate Manager on Cloud”. Not only does washing away the unique “TRIRIGA” name and “SaaS” description make it harder to find in search engines, I’ve seen at least 4 different versions of the name:
IBM TRIRIGA Shift… or not?
So what will happen to “Shift”? I’m not sure. Although “Shift” was the original development code name for the new framework, “IBM TRIRIGA Shift” still works as a releasable framework name. Like “TRIRIGA Momentum”, it’s short and sweet, yet also strong. It’s easy to say. I like it. So I hope the final result doesn’t wash away the unique “TRIRIGA” name or stretch into another clumsy tongue-twister.
After all, isn’t a short name supposed to save the trouble of a long description? Can you imagine the name “IBM Framework for Responsive Facilities and Real Estate Applications”? Or if it also becomes a SaaS offering, can you imagine adding “On Cloud”? Unfortunately, I think I can. How about you? How would you name it?
- IBM TRIRIGA Shift? Keep it!
- IBM TRIRIGA Flex?
- IBM TRIRIGA Fire?
- IBM TRIRIGA Wave?
[Admin: This post appeared first on TRIRIGAFEEDIA. This post is related to the 12.11.15 post about the UX Framework. “Shift” was renamed “UX Framework” on the platform side, while “Perceptive” refers to TRIRIGA-built UX apps on the application side.]
[Google Translated from Spanish: Uruguay]
TRIRIGA adds technology and innovation to global real estate management
To manage and unify the operational information of buildings and real estate — such as plans, costs, and services — and allow access to data instantly, is what TRIRIGA proposes. It is a solution for managing assets in real estate, facility management (buildings and facilities), space and environmental sustainability, which IBM acquired in 2011 and reaches Uruguay through the hands of Levin Global, partner of the technology giant…
As for the audited returns that TRIRIGA generates, the executive said that it can be placed “between 5% and 20% in new construction and remodeling, and when applied in energy consumption can climb to 35%,” he said.
[Original Spanish: Uruguay]
Tririga suma tecnología e innovación mundial a la gestión inmobiliaria
Gestionar y unificar la información operativa de edificios y propiedades inmobiliarias —como planos, gastos y servicios—, y permitir el acceso a los datos en forma instantánea es lo que propone Tririga. Se trata de una solución para la gestión de activos en real estate, facility management (edificios y servicios), espacios y sustentabilidad ambiental, que IBM adquirió en 2011 y llega a Uruguay de la mano de Levin Global, partner del gigante tecnológico…
En cuanto a los retornos comprobados que genera Tririga, la ejecutiva dijo que pueden ubicarse “entre un 5% y un 20% en obras nuevas de construcción y remodelaciones, y al aplicarlo en el consumo de energía puede trepar a 35%”, remarcó.