GEZE MultiSourcing Service - The servicing innovation for Facility Management

(PresseBox) ( Leonberg, )
The wide range of tasks and personnel capacities often make it difficult for the service providers of building operators to maintain all of the manually activated entrance systems "in-house". This requires new approaches and solutions. It must be possible to combine own work with external services, ideally with low administration costs and coordination efforts. Based on the latest RFID technology, GEZE offers the MultiSourcing Service, an intelligent solution which enables peak work periods to be covered, coordination efforts to be minimised and makes good use of external support. Own and third-party maintenance services can be combined in a flexible maintenance contract in an optimum and cost-effective manner.

For this purpose, a complete inventory overview of all door drive systems in the administrative scope is made. Central archiving of the data on the GEZE data server ensures the constant overview is maintained. There are no double entries. All participants access the same data records and the same information status at all times. Of course, data transfer files are available for further processing in the systems of the building operator or facility management. A specific training offering for the responsible staff of the customer completes the service profile. GEZE MultiSourcing Service is ideal when it comes to the wide range of door drive systems in properties used for healthcare. It provides support when it is needed.
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