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Doug Gerstner is the Executive Vice President of Management Services and an Equity Partner at DTI. He has worked in the facilities management services field and served the legal community for nearly 20 years. Contact him at dgerstner@ dtiglobal.com. Reprinted with permission from Legal Management magazine, Volume 32, Issue 3, published by the Association of Legal Administrators, www.alanet.org.

BIGGER AND BIGGER CHANGES: Redefining the Industry

BIGGER AND BIGGER CHANGES: Redefining the Industry

In 2007, I published an article for Legal Management titled, “Big Changes,” which provided some insight into the evolution of the facilities management industry from basic mail, copy, fax and hospitality services into a much more robust, value-added offering. At that time, few would have disagreed that the industry was in a period of dynamic […]

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