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FACILITIES SHOW PREVIEW


Ezitracker Stand: R710


The bigger cleaning specialists and FM companies offering a range of services such as cleaning, landscaping, maintenance, pest control, security, washroom services and waste management are now employing large numbers of site-based workers – sometimes thousands of remote working staff. Nowadays they have a need to provide proof of service provision to their own clients, for example actual evidence of time spent at a client’s premises providing contracted services such as cleaning.


Ezitracker provides end-to-end, web based, remote workforce management solutions which benefit a diverse range of industry sectors including commercial cleaning, facilities management, security and temporary employment.


Ezitracker forms part of HAS Technology Group’s comprehensive portfolio of award winning products used to deliver operational efficiencies, increase service quality and safeguard remote workers.


Customers benefit from:


• Significant cost savings through use of unique and patented technologies.


• Market leading service continuity and scalability. • Seamless integration with other software solutions.


• Continuous product innovation from industry-leading research & development.


The Group Companies provide software solutions and related services to more than 70 Government agencies


and over 1000 private and third sector companies globally. Ezitracker enables you to automate key operations and improve workforce productivity. From verifying attendance in real-time and eliminating timesheets, to streamlining payroll reporting, the solution gives you the power to substantially increase customer satisfaction, rapidly gain competitive advantage, and win more business fast.


Ezitracker has an unrivalled track record in helping FM companies cut costs, improve operational efficiency, increase tender bid success rate, accurately measure contract profitability, and deliver a real competitive advantage.


Find out how you can remotely transform the management of your workforce and demonstrate real quantifiable results for winning public sector contracts, visit Stand R710 and see the award-winning Ezitracker solution in action.


www.ezitracker.com


FSI Stand: R750


FSI is a global-leader in CAFM software, with offices in the UK, Australia, Dubai and Hong Kong, plus an international partner network. FSI has been a major influence on CAFM technology since its inception in 1990.


Visit FSI on stand R750 at The Facilities Show for demonstrations of:


Concept Evolution: core CAFM solution, merging powerful functionality with sophisticated technology to extend Facilities Management (FM) across borders, and optimises process efficiency, accuracy and productivity throughout the lifecycle.


FSI GO: Mobile Application solution, extending the functionality of Concept Evolution and third party integrated systems to your mobile workforce. The


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FSI GO app is available to download from the Apple, Windows and Google Play stores.


Concept Advantage: suite of Apps, designed to encourage the entire workplace community to contribute to the success of the facilities they occupy. Connecting Concept Evolution CAFM technology to the business via end users and their mobile devices. Effective and successful FM is put directly in the hands of all those on the receiving end, promoting a positive workplace environment and enhancing corporate wellbeing. The Apps and their container can be branded to make them your own. Functionality can be tailored to suit end users.


www.fsifm.com


twitter.com/TomorrowsFM


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