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New Software to Improve Cleaning Efficiency Launches

New Software to Improve Cleaning Efficiency Launches
23 September 2020 | Updated 25 September 2020
 

Clenetix has launched its software-as-a-service solution for the cleaning industry, helping cleaners to manage all daily operations through an app.

The cleaning software specialist claims that this is the “only progressive cleaning software solution that supports the entire cleaning operation” on the market, developed by technology and FM specialists with more than 70 years’ combined experience.

The solution has been created to help FM and cleaning operatives track ongoing activity, automate workflow and audit service standards. The tool also provides time and attendance monitoring, activity tracking, task-list management, quality audit management and footfall tracking to enable demand-based cleaning.

The aim of the software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution is for cleaning operations to meet the needs of the location and the people that operate within it.

“Clenetix was born from having an insight into the cleaning industry and identifying what could improve it. We were determined to challenge conventional practices and find a solution that could transform cleaning as we know it."

–Mark Hazelwood

Co-Founder, Clenetix

 

Challenging Conventional Practices in the Cleaning Industry

 

The Clenetix mobile app is configured to deliver specific cleaning instructions for each location and direct activity with proactive service alerting, driven by active data.

It offers a real-time view of the exact tasks in progress, how long they take and what consumables are used. It can be configured to send cleaning instructions via push-notifications directly to cleaning operatives’ smartphones, when a usage capacity limit is reached in a certain area or a service issue has been highlighted. This data capture can then be analysed to drive more efficient cleaning schedules, increase operational efficiency, functional accuracy, have better control over consumables management and highlight where cost savings and service improvements can be made.

Mark Hazelwood, Co-founder, Clenetix said: “Clenetix was born from having an insight into the cleaning industry and identifying what could improve it. We were determined to challenge conventional practices and find a solution that could transform cleaning as we know it.

“In order to provide an exceptional and efficient cleaning service on the ground, you need data that will allow you to do this. After all, if you can’t measure it, how can you improve it? Clenetix, simply put, tracks cleaning operations and provides data to improve it.”

Following Clenetix’s launch, Peter Stock, Co-Founder of Clenetix also commented: “We are pleased to introduce Clenetix to the market at a time when cleaning has never been more crucial. 

“Clenetix gives full visibility of cleaning operations and displays step-by-step instructions for cleaning operatives to ensure that nothing is missed. This gives businesses and cleaning companies complete peace of mind and confidence in the hygiene of their premises.”

Picture:  a photograph of a washroom showing toilet stalls and sinks

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 23 September 2020

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