UNCERTAINTY Whatever is thrown at you, compliance and certification checks remain an essential part of your business with planned and emergency maintenance helping to keep your property safe, secure and welcoming. With many business owners reviewing income and expenditure, making cost savings in facilities management is an appealing option but focus on choosing a cost-effective strategy rather than cutting back to the detriment of the property and business.

Many companies already benefit from the efficiency and productivity of Access Maintain’s easy to use, cloud-based software for their property management system but are increasingly turning to the solution’s managed service package. If you are not set-up to manage your property maintenance in- house, or are looking for additional ways to reduce expenditure, using an outsourced virtual property maintenance manager could become an indispensable service.

Access Maintain managed service draws on the knowledge and expertise of an experienced team of property management specialists that takes day to day responsibility from you, giving you freedom to concentrate on other aspects of your business. Think


of it as an extra pair of hands, focused solely on providing the best service in the most cost-effective way possible, but without the time and effort you usually associate with facilities management control.

Users of Access Maintain already note improved service performance and value from their supply chain but with the managed service, you benefit from the increased purchasing power of an estate of thousands of properties. With experts handling procurement of services and parts on your behalf, you receive the lowest cost price without compromising on the quality of the work.

The Access Maintain managed service provides business owners with transparency and ultimate control, with any projected overspend being referred back for validation and real- time details of all maintenance work and the associated cost supplied. For day to day facilities management, ongoing contractor performance is managed and delivery of annual contractor reviews and tenders completed. It provides cost checks and contractor challenges for all jobs, beyond site sign-off limits and offers ongoing training across multiple sites, head office, remote management and support functions so that commitments across sites is aligned.

Imagine, also, the time taken to source a new contractor at a reasonable price if you suddenly face an unexpected issue that you haven’t

encountered before; with Access Maintain managed service you have access to specialists for specific and exceptional tasks, making sure that the problem is resolved quickly, efficiently and with minimal upheaval.

Every aspect of your FM obligations is managed by Access Maintain managed service, with your business treated as if it were our own. There is daily auditing of all jobs against pre-determined criteria, post completion, and with additional issues monitored as they arise. All planned maintenance is automatically set up with weekly reviews and robust reporting processes to ensure management of remedial actions adhere to compliance obligations. You receive regular reporting and benchmarking, guaranteeing transparency and a full audit trail.

With so many trading aspects to think about in a time of uncertainty, Access Maintain controls maintenance work, increases efficiency and saves costs, adhering to compliance obligations and reducing risk. For business owners who want this level of reassurance, but be able to concentrate their energy on other aspects of their operation the Access Maintain managed service is the perfect solution to deliver against objectives, with increased costs savings and with absolute confidence in an otherwise uncertain world.

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