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Three on top: Find out how these leading brands stay at the forefront of FM innovation

Feb 2, 2018 Technology

With innovation and diversification key to today’s Facilities Management landscape, there’s a growing focus on smart solutions.  More companies are harnessing the latest developments across emerging and new technology to drive building productivity resulting in enhanced building performance and greater benefits to customers.

These movers and shakers are also focussing on improved resource management and streamlined service delivery. Here’s an insight into how some big industry names are staying on top of the game.

Keeping up with Karcher

As the leading provider of cleaning systems, cleaning products and services across trade and industry Karcher sees its focus on quality and technology as a benchmark. It has nationwide service centres which repair other brands with a focus on making warranties work for its customers.

Karcher’s innovative drive comes from their customers

As leading innovators, we set standards in technology, service and design aimed at providing maximum benefit to our customers and meeting our customers’ needs. We love impressing and inspiring our customers, says Lucas Paris, Business Manager – Professional Channels, from Karcher.

Industry word on the street is Karcher will be launching an innovative new product from their steam and vacuum range, specially designed for professional use and will be showcasing this at the upcoming Total Facilities Expo this April in Melbourne.

Schindler shakes things up 

Schindler is the leader in digital elevator services in Australia providing better reliability, response times and communication to their customers. In short, Schindler is making sure it now knows about lifts breaking down before its clients do. Schindler is able to remotely monitor equipment, so facility managers don’t have to worry about elevator issues and can spend their time dealing with other problems.

Schindler’s experts have also developed a leading full service solution to negate the impact the National Broadband Network rollout is having on elevator emergency phone communication. The NBN no longer supports emergency communications during blackouts so it is important to ensure that your equipment is protected against such situations.

Nailing it with Nuflow

Nuflow Technologies has a nationwide network of experts that deliver on its promise to fix any pipe problem efficiently and with minimal disruption, using no-dig practices. Its services include conducting CCTV camera inspections, pipe/drain clearing and the relining of pipes to repair and rehabilitate them.

Taking pride in its proactive thinking and strong investment in research and development across their business, Nuflow continues to deliver innovative solutions, advanced products and a customer-centric service.

“Our customers enjoy engaging with us because they are confident in our ability We are accountable for our actions, take pride in our work and are passionate about creating solutions for jobs, big, small and out of the ordinary”, says Ed Ahern Managing Director, Nuflow Technologies.

Karcher, Schindler and Nuflow will all be exhibiting at Total Facilities, 18-19 April 2018. To see their innovations and more onsite, register free online here.

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