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Getting on top of Changing Requirements

13 February 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970

Innovise will be displaying what it claims is the ‘most effective software to the FM industry’, at the Cleaning Show (ExCel, London, 10–12 March 2015).

Servicetrac is said to work to ensure that your organisation is kept ahead of the competition, and even exceeding your clients’ expectations with service delivery commitments.

Matching powerful, flexible technology with ease of use, Innovise’s Servicetrac utilises the latest mobile technology to collect checklists in-the-field, without any paper trial. If failures or issues are found during the checklist or audit, its task management helpdesk ensures that the failures can be found and fixed within one tool. 

Servicetrac is suitable for organisations of any size, providing a real-time option to manage compliance against day-to-day, regular and irregular activities and periodic tasks, and is designed to adapt to the future needs of a growing organisation.

Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM at the heart of the system, this latest version of Servicetrac provides enterprise class features, including security, scalability and reporting.

Picture: The latest Servicetrac can adapt to the growing needs of an organisation’s operations.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 13 February 2015


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