News Sponsored by Clenetix signs Q3 contract

Boutique FM company Q3 Services Group has appointed Clenetix to provide ‘check in/out’ time and attendance monitoring for a national logistics company client.

Clenetix’s time and attendance monitoring has been deployed at one of the logistics giant’s distribution centres on a rolling contract with Q3. The specialist software is expected to be rolled out across other sites over coming months.

Clenetix was appointed because the cleaning management software was cost effective and simple to deploy, and clearly demonstrates cleaning hours delivered whilst eliminating time consuming admin. The software as a service from Clenetix also eliminates bottlenecks in the distribution centre as cleaning staff arrive at entry points, making it a much more COVID-secure process. Cleaning operatives can immediately start their shift without clocking in or out, increasing productivity.

Mark Hazelwood, Co-Founder and Director at Clenetix, said: “We are thrilled to be working with Q3, providing added value to the cleaning service for their logistics client. Distribution centres are so data centric and process driven. Facts really matter and every second counts. Clenetix complements this. Saving time and making Q3’s cleaning processes more efficient with complete transparency is what our software is all about.”

Alex Gavrilovic, Solutions Director at Q3, added: “In a period of great transformation and transition, FM needs to work

New Cleaning Services Director at Mitie

Mitie has announced that Lorraine Davis has been appointed as Director of Cleaning Services, and will lead the direction of the company’s cleaning business.

This appointment builds on Mitie’s investment in industry-leading cleaning innovations, and its

commitment to drive best practice to ensure it continues delivering exceptional cleaning services for its customers.

Lorraine has over 40 years’ experience in the cleaning industry, working in a number of operational and business development roles in complex environments, such as healthcare and education. In 2019, Lorraine was appointed Chairman of the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc), a post she will continue to hold until September 2022.

She has also previously collaborated with the World Health Organization, as part of the Clean Hospital Group, and the NHS to help develop the 2021 National Cleaning Standards

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for hospitals. In addition, Lorraine has worked with Public Health England to support with the development of the COVID-19 guidance for Facilities Management.

In her new role, Lorraine will develop Mitie’s ‘Centre of Excellence’ training academy as well as drive their innovation-led approach to cleaning. Lorraine will also work to ensure that Mitie continues to introduce services that not only help keep sites safe, but also support customers’ sustainability goals, such as chemical-free cleaning solutions, as part of Mitie’s Plan Zero commitment.

Jason Towse, MD, Business Services at Mitie, commented: “The Coronavirus pandemic has made clear just how important a clean environment is to create safe and healthy workspaces. Having helped introduce many of the nationally-recognised cleaning guidelines that we now take for granted, Lorraine brings a wealth of experience that will keep Mitie at the forefront of innovation, ensuring we have access to the latest science behind our cleaning services.”

Lorraine added: “I’m delighted to be joining Mitie. I am committed to ensuring the highest cleaning standards are achieved through delivering best practice and ensuring our management and frontline colleagues receive the very best accredited cleaning training.”

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smarter. We’re all about redefining the FM experience and Clenetix supports us in that mission. Deploying Clenetix with our national logistics client has quickly streamlined our attendance processes, increased productivity and saved time. Technology is part of our organisation’s continuous improvement and we are pleased to be working in partnership with Clenetix to elevate our FM model.”

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