Preventive maintenance (preventative maintenance) is a systematic approach to regularly inspecting the pieces of equipment, machines, and other assets in your building in order to reduce breakdowns and failures and to preserve the operating environment of your building.
Set up calendar or daisy-chained templates to issue preventive maintenance alerts in a series (due dates & schematic files optional) and automatically label & cleanup created, but not completed, PMs in a backlog.
Checklists allow your technicians to focus on the important stuff–checking systems, recording readings, and diagnosing issues before they become failures.
An estimated 545% ROI and OPEX savings of $0.33 per square foot are waiting for you inside your PM plan. Using a digital PM tool means an 8.7% improvement in time-to-resolution. (Per studies from JLL and Texas A&M University.)
Our team searched high and low for a solution to our homegrown request for service system. We liked Gridium’s simple approach to the market and the way I can simply reply to a tenant email from my phone and everything is tracked for me. It allows me to carry forward Kenmark’s track record of delivering an improved tenant experience.
Over my career I’ve used every work order and CMMS system under the sun. Gridium has simplified things to their essence and the system is very easy to use, even for my roving team whose primary device is a phone. We’re using it to help boost service levels, enhance field service efficiency and enable tenant self service.
Tikkit is brand new and already way better than legacy CMMS and work order systems that have been around for decades. It is flexible and handles rich data from each ticket stream, including photos and video. Tikkit helps instrument and track vendors, as well as service progress. It has broad system features for interaction from your smart phone. If you are looking for better vendor and service management, I highly recommend a trial.