Informing cleaning companies about required procedures at scale is a complex task. Let’s say you are a property management company or the facility manager responsible for 500 bank locations across the U.S. You’ve got 10-20 janitorial companies at your disposal to clean those banks.
Each janitorial service has its own communication tools, including inspection software. That means the property manager has to log into 10-20 different platforms, enter cleaning procedures and requirements, and look for updates after cleaning takes place. There’s no way to have an accurate picture of what’s happening across your portfolio of properties. And the property manager can’t visit every property — it’s just not feasible (nor should it be!).
Property managers need a quality assurance platform that all service providers can log into — not the other way around. Inside that solution, property managers can easily enter the necessary auditing information and push it down to all 10-20 janitorial companies. Updates from either party will be easily recorded in one place.
Property managers can help fight influenza by using effective cleaning strategies. And with a central system of record, a flu season-specific SOW, and root cause analysis, they can do it efficiently for their entire portfolio.