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THE UNIFY GROUP BRINGING TRANSPARENCY AND CONTROL


TO BUSINESS SERVICES


The Unify Group is a leading developer and supplier of fully integrated Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) and Energy Monitoring Software-as-a-Service solutions.


Unify:monitor gives instant granular detail on the real time performance of your cleaning, security and M&E teams. In order to achieve this we will initially tag your assets and prime locations to allow us to track and build up a framework and timetable for all the required planned and reactive tasks of the facilities teams.


A web based dashboard allows for simple measurement of performance and identification of any lapses or delays. So while many thousands of tasks are being routinely undertaken every week, our systems facilitate a light touch “Management by Exception”.


In addition, fully automated, remedial reactive tasks can be simply assigned to field operatives to ensure rapid deployment of the appropriately qualified person to the individual assignments required.


Unify:monitor can also measure your energy consumption from point of entry in the building through to individual items of plant and equipment, distribution boards and even individual circuits. Measuring gas, electricity or water to identify where energy is being consumed to support investment programmes and send alerts as


anomalies in consumption indicate potential technical problems.


This element of the system can therefore predict possible failures allowing remedial action to be taken prior to breakdown at a time convenient to the facilities team.


SPECIFICATIONS


Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) Reactive Maintenance (Helpdesk) Mobile Operative Systems Time & Attendance Asset Lifecycle Management Qualification Management Room Booking Energy Monitoring Energy Reporting and Exception Alerts Compliance Management


CONTACT


Stephen Hollings - Commercial Director The Unify Group 07958 141741 stephen.hollings@theunifygroup.co.uk


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