MANAGEMENT SOLUTION FSI, the specialist CAFM/IWMS provider, has released the Concept Rapide field service management solution for small trade and maintenance companies.

Concept Rapide is a simple on-the- go solution available on a low-cost, monthly SaaS subscription.

It will transform the way the mechanical and electrical (M&E) contractor market navigates job fulfilment moving forward.

Managing a job from an initial quote through to delivery and invoicing involves many processes. With limited resources and employees, this can consume your time.

With Concept Rapide, there is total control, visibility and management of a job’s timeline, reducing the amount of administrative work for


GUARD DESK SOLUTION UK manufacturer Glassolutions has launched a free-standing COVID-19 desk-top glass sneeze guard, ideal for social distancing in offices.

The Easy Sneeze Guard is made from strong, hygienic and easy to clean laminated glass. It has been developed as a solution to screen adjacent desks in open-plan offices, to help prevent the spread of germs and infection, and protect staff as they return to work.

The easy-to-fit sneeze guards are available in three standard sizes: 1000mm, 1100mm and 1500mm wide, with a height of 800mm, and come with two clamps for safe and sturdy positioning on office and reception desks. There is no requirement to screw into the desk so preventing permanent damage. Prices start from £127.77 plus VAT and delivery.

Lisa Dunn from Glassolutions, which is part of the international Saint-Gobain Group, said: “As the Government starts to relax the lockdown rules, businesses are

planning how they can safely return to work. According to the World Health Organisation, Coronavirus mainly spreads through the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes. A sneeze guard serves as a simple yet highly effective physical barrier between staff or customers reducing exposure to potential infection.

“Glass sneeze guards are particularly effective and practical as they are easy to clean and disinfect, scratch resistant, and durable – and look far more stylish

than plastic alternatives in today’s modern office spaces.

“This is a solution that can play a small part in helping kick-start the economy, providing protection while people get on with their work.”

Email: salessupport.glassolutions@

Call: 0333 321 6555.

To view an assembly video and for more information about the Easy Sneeze Guard from Glassolutions visit en-gb/glass-sneeze-guards


owners, managers and employees, while maximising time, staff and cost efficiencies across the board.

Whether you’re a waste management company, a painting and decorating firm or a team of a few electricians, Concept Rapide is vital to the smaller business.

Even on the move, users can quickly and easily manage the availability of staff and customers, keep track of and edit appointments and have complete oversight of the status of any properties, facilities and assets.

With the working world changing, small businesses need access to tools that ease the increasing burden of local competition and ongoing financial pressures. Concept Rapide allows for the end-to-end

management of quotes, finances, tasks, customer records and more,

Overhaul, centralise and streamline the M&E work lifecycle, achieve a newfound sense of ownership and digitisation to tasks that have historically relied heavily on manual output.

Concept Rapide is an all-in-one platform to keep work moving, cash flowing and employees delivering.

With more than 30 years of global workforce management knowledge, FSI brings to the field service management market a simple, low-cost solution to streamline your business, deliver efficient maintenance services, simplify administration, manage cashflow, and put you in control.

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