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Improve Your Facility and Your Bottom Line

Improve Your Facility and Your Bottom Line

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In today’s facility management and janitorial industry, businesses are increasingly looking to switch to quality management software systems to accurately track and improve all levels of facility management.

Systems and processes that improve your productivity and provide the best ROI, not only from investments in technology and equipment, but also from labor, can differentiate between an
outdated cleaning program and one that adapts and thrives in today’s changing landscape.

That’s where Optisolve® comes in

From office buildings to all levels of education, health care facilities, and more, the combination of Optisolve’s PathfinderTM and SAVI® can improve your cleaning productivity up to an estimated 30% and save you thousands on retraining costs.

Improve productivity

Optisolve’s SAVI comprehensive quality management system allows users to digitize traditional paper checklists as well as streamline and complete various facility audits all in one place.
SAVI isn’t just for monitoring cleaning protocols, it allows you to create facility maintenance checklists for indoor air quality, fire safety, machine service maintenance, and more. Save an estimated 5-7 hours a week by having all your data digitized and PDF reports exportable.

Remove the guesswork by visualizing contamination

Pathfinder is currently the only surface-imaging technology that allows users to test a surface for contamination and see results in real time. This kind of insight allows facility teams to better understand their cleaning efforts. Customers have used Pathfinder to determine that out of 100 surfaces only 60 are required to be cleaned frequently throughout the day, allowing them to focus their attention on cleaning these high-risk surfaces more effectively, ultimately saving them time and money.

Build and leverage data for better decision making

SAVI tracks and creates reports with graphs that prove long-term results. Users have full visibility into their processes, protocols, and people to catch potential areas of risk and implement corrective actions, resulting in higher productivity, labor, and product savings. SAVI’s exportable, customizable time ranges and content reports can share validation results and findings with key stakeholders.

Improve training

Optisolve technologies bring a higher level of custodial training to facility teams. Pathfinder’s heat-mapped contamination images can help train cleaning teams on best practices. In conjunction
with SAVI’s data over time, you can identify patterns and routines to monitor personnel training and competency. This real time system tracks employee cleaning tasks, evaluates their performance, and provides inputs for their training needs. 

For more information visit www.optisolve.net. 

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