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cleaning teams to achieve the critical high standards but in a smarter way.


Once the building is designed and mapped within Mo:dus, the work is dynamically scheduled based on data-driven insight from the laboratory swab results. This means that by placing QR codes at points within the site we can communicate cleaning schedule changes with our teams using real-time data to drive their actions.


Mo:dus provides insight from the data it collects by creating alerts, notifications, and reports. We can work with our customers to gather data insight, map trends, and enable a completely transparent approach to building hygiene.


The future of the sector


Despite the fact the cleaning industry may never have had such a high profile, many organisations in the sector have taken serious hits and are heavily reliant on furlough. Some parts of the industry have not survived the pandemic. However, for those that have, the coming months and years hold great potential.


Cleaning will undoubtedly sit higher on the corporate agenda. The technicalities of cleaning will garner greater


appreciation and preventative measures will be just as important as reactive cleaning. However, this doesn’t mean the sector will have it easy.


As much as organisations may wish to invest in cleaning, many clients will also have suffered through the pandemic and will need to balance cost and recovery carefully for some time to come. For cleaning providers, this will mean that demonstrating added value, as well as excellence, in service will be more vital in reaching its full potential.


Much of the cleaning sector is already looking to boost client CSR policies by using more environmentally-friendly solutions, and this will undoubtedly be a mainstay of the industry. However, the change in perception will also be vitally important.


Added value will come through demonstrating the skills and expertise in the sector. Creating a tailored, data-led, and agile provision will reinforce cleaning as technical and vital role. One knock-on effect will hopefully be greater appreciation of the cleaning workforce and equality in the workplace.


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(https://www.ons.gov.uk/employmentandlabourmarket/peopleinwork/earningsandworkinghours/articles/womenshouldertheresponsibilityofunpaidwork/2016-11-10) https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/26/opinion/sunday/inequality-gender-women-unpaid-work.html


(https://www.forbes.com/sites/serenitygibbons/2018/06/19/you-have-7-seconds-to-make-a-first-impression-heres-how-to-succeed/) www.tomorrowscleaning.com


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