Outsourcing is increasingly being a key strategy for achieving high performance. Organizations of every shape and size are pursuing outsourcing strategies today and most companies as well as a noticeable growing number of government scenes are looking for ways of increasing their business performance profitability and competitiveness.
Many companies and government are aggressively working to improve facility management programs and more effectively utilize existing resources that result in a reduction of operating costs. Outsourcing overall management of facility maintenance and repair responsibilities is a highly effective management strategy.
Klear Facilities has developed an exclusive maintenance management system inspired on a needed focused facility management that usually tends to let performance and productivity fall with in-house maintenance departments. As a full service facility maintenance, repairs and instalations company our focus is providing cost effective maintenance management solutions for facilities and properties of organizations in Connecticut.
KLEAR. We plan, integrate and fully support all facilities non-core services required to operate and maintain the core objectives of our customer’s organization. The importance of focused planning details the necessary strategies for proactively maintaining all facilities and because effective maintenance plans reflect the vision and mission of the organization.
Preventive maintenance is a planned schedule of routine maintenance actions towards the prevention of property and assets malfunctions and break downs. The objective of PM is to prevent equipment or any other asset from failing before it actually happens. There are long term benefits as well as savings associated with a well planned and schedule preventive maintenance service.
The role of technology in our system is vital not only for operations but also from an administrative perspective. When working with our integrated computerized maintenance management system a simple financial and operational control and analysis for upper administration is accessible. This direct control over all maintenance operations allows for savings on unnecessary layers of in-house maintenance managers and supervisors.