2020 was a record-breaking year for leveraging crowdsourcing technology to remotely manage facilities WESTERVILLE, Ohio December 30, 2020 – iVueit,…
Our visual verification technology provides assurance that landscaping services are performed according to scope and quality standards. Contractors also benefit from the added level of accountability as it improves their workmanship and client-vendor relationships.
Tune into the podcast to hear two business leaders discuss the connection between positive work-life integration and employee retention, and how both will lead to undeniable success.
Last year at this time, if we had a sneak peek of 2020, we probably would have planned our lives a little differently. The same could be said about managing facilities. Thankfully, however, it is possible to get the perfect view of your properties right now. This insight enables proactive planning and faster response times when issues arise.
As a veteran in the facility management industry, our CEO Mike Popadak understands the difficulty of managing multi-site facilities from afar. That’s why he created iVueit. But it doesn’t stop with the app. He has a passion for technology and an ongoing mission to provide support and share ideas with facility managers and others across the industry. Recently, Mike was interviewed by Bill Yanek, CEO of Connex, for The Daily Grind, a livestream show that explores best practices and new solutions for facility managers during the pandemic. Their discussion centered on visual verification tools.
Searching for unity and harmony? Consumers only need to look as far as the best omnichannel brands. That’s because retailers with a digital and physical footprint are more focused than ever on building a cohesive experience at every touchpoint. That’s good news for shoppers. But it’s challenging for retailers.
Illuminated signage represents your brand as far as the eye can see…so long as it’s lit. But we’ve all come across the opposite. Signs with flickering lights, one or two dark letters, or those experiencing a complete outage. It immediately detracts from your brand. And, in some cases, dark letters may even send the wrong message. Routine night audits can be expensive, however. They also tie up resources and take a considerable amount of time — especially if you have a widespread portfolio. Fortunately, there is a better approach.
These days it’s common to hear people discuss ‘the new normal.’ For brick-and-mortar retail, the new normal means adjusting to ever-evolving circumstances. From extra cleaning and social distancing measures to curbside and other low- or no-contact fulfillment options, retailers are being challenged to deliver on changing consumer preferences that place a higher value on safety, speed, and convenience.