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CARE PLANNING & MANAGEMENT


REDRO INTRODUES AWARD- WINNING FACILITIES


MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE Redro Limited was established in 2004 by David and Norman Lattimer and specialises in business-to-business online ordering systems.


Redro was created specifically for companies that have multiple locations or departments and helps businesses improve on their manual purchase orders by using the company’s web-based soſtware.


One of the company’s recent developments and noteworthy products is its facilities maintenance soſtware, Mainteno. Mainteno is advanced, award-winning facilities maintenance and management soſtware that streamlines every aspect of maintenance management processes.


David said: “We provide online soſtware and have provided online maintenance management soſtware for the past eight years.


“Our soſtware is extremely diverse and adaptable for many industries and has been used to manage many different types of facilities by companies including The Dogs Trust, DPD, funeral homes, schools and care homes.”


All accessed through one easy-to-use platform, Mainteno is a CMMS (Computerised Maintenance Management System) which provides a CAFM (Computer Aided Facilities Management) solution for organisations.


Discussing the main benefits of the system, David said: “It is intuitive from a user’s point of view and it puts everything together in one place. It is designed to be paperless, making it easy to access from any device and getting rid of the need to keep endless paperwork.”


Designed with an easy-to-use dashboard, Mainteno provides all the relevant data in one central system, enabling the user to access all aspects of facilities management through


its functions- including managing maintenance, scheduling maintenance, creating fault repair reports, asset tracking, general task management, creating checklists, invoicing, enquiring and managing quotes and tendering of contractors and supporting contractors.


With a strong emphasis on customer satisfaction, Redro ensures its soſtware is beneficial for its clients and provides a comprehensive service from consultation to aſtersales services.


David said: “We’re dedicated to making sure it works for our clients and offer a free trial of our system. We provide a managed service throughout.”


In regards to the on-going effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies and industries have met many new challenges which have forced them to look at ways to improve their businesses.


Explaining how the pandemic has impacted Redro, David said: “During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen a rise in enquires due to many companies and business looking at ways to enhance and improve their services and management. Being paperless, time efficient and easy to use, our soſtware is a great tool to improve companies’ processes and more people are beginning to realise its potential benefits for their business.”


In terms of the company’s future plans, Redro plans to expand its industry sectors for Mainteno and showcase the wealth of benefits it contains.


“We hope to reach more market sectors. We are consistently looking to broaden the range of industries Mainteno provides solutions for,” David concluded.


View a detailed explanatory video of Mainteno here 0208 798 3713 sales@redro.co.uk www.Mainteno.com www.redro.co.uk


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