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5 Ways TRAX Analytics Can Innovate Your Facilities Management Operations

5 Ways TRAX Analytics Can Innovate Your Facilities Management Operations

TRAX Analytics is designed to simplify the daily management processes of large
facilities by utilizing data collection and monitoring capabilities. Our
the custodial system employs the use of technology to optimize the way that
businesses not only maintain cleanliness but also improve the efficiency of
custodial teams.

This technology aims to revolutionize the way facilities operate and improve sanitation standards without compromising quality or the time constraints of custodial staff.

Below, we have covered five simple ways that TRAX Analytics can innovate your facility management operations.

#1- Monitor Tasks Performed

TRAX Analytics allows facility managers to organize and monitor lists of tasks that need to be performed on a given day. Workloads are logged into a single dashboard and staff members have access to these lists as well as their priority levels. In addition to having constant direction, staff members can also log completed tasks and update checklists as actions are taken.

By managing workloads in this way, it becomes easier for staff and management alike to accurately predict the timeline of tasks throughout each business day.

#2- Monitor Inventory Levels

Keeping an accurate record of inventory levels is another key feature when utilizing TRAX Analytics. Rather than manually checking facilities throughout the day, the TRAX system monitors how much of a given product is used throughout facility restrooms. This way, when soap or paper towels reach a semi-low level, staff can replenish the necessary items before the supply becomes depleted.

By ensuring that facilities are constantly stocked, visitors will develop more favorable impressions of the facility as a whole and they’ll be more likely to visit again in the future.

#3- Improve Scheduling

TRAX Analytics improves the efficiency of scheduling, being that the system monitors scheduled inspections and handles staff break times on one dashboard. By organizing facility schedules in a localized area, miscommunications, staffing issues, and scheduling conflicts become a thing of the past.

#4- Compile Reports and Discover Patterns

Data analytics not only organizes information about facility operations in the present but the reports generated are stored and compared so that the system can determine specific facility patterns. This means that TRAX Analytics can improve facility management by discovering ways to put staff members to their greatest use. Reports can determine which locations receive the highest traffic and utility, as well as predict inventory patterns and maintenance schedules.

#5- Receive Alerts in Real-Time

Should an issue occur anywhere within the facility, TRAX Analytics alerts the proper staff members in real-time. If a light stops working, an alert will trigger so that the issue can be remedied as soon as possible. If a toilet or sink overflows in a facility restroom, custodial staff can be dispatched immediately to initiate repairs.

Rather than discovering a problem hours after it has affected business, staff members can be made aware of issues that need to be addressed as soon as they occur.

Not only does repairing breaks or replenishing inventories help keep operations proceeding as desired, remedying an issue in the facility as soon as possible can improve the facility’s sanitation capabilities.

If a restroom has empty soap dispensers for several hours, for example, the issue can result in the increased spread of bacteria throughout the building. Restocking immediately improves both sanitation and time-management processes.

Technology has largely changed the way that many business processes are handled, and as such, using data to improve sanitation and custodial tasks is another important step in a more industrious direction.

Let TRAX Analytics help you optimize your facility management capabilities.