How it all started:
Thomas Planhage worked at Riksbyggen with technical facility management until the mid 80s. Planning and monitoring was largely manual and the tools consisted mostly of loose pieces of paper. Often, everything went according to the plans, but unfortunately there were also quite a few errors and there were even cases where some work was completely forgotten. Gradually the idea of a quality assurance process began to grow. What is the point of planning a job if you can not get assurance that it actually gets done? JETAS was born out of this frustration at not being fully in control. Today, thousands of man hours later, JETAS is used by real estate owners and facility managers in Sweden and in several other countries. Apartment buildings, shopping centers, malls, office buildings and factories are examples of facilities where “everything is under control” now.