Get Portfolio-wide Visibility with Managed Maintenance

Jamie Daubenspeck

Keeping energy costs and optimizing system performance is a challenge for most businesses. But when your organization has multiple sites across diverse geographical territories, the complexity increases exponentially. ENGIE Insight’s new Managed Maintenance solution provides you with the tools you need to have visibility into each site’s unique needs—and the trusted team of experts you need to resolve the issues that arise.

Managed Maintenance supplements ENGIE Insight’s Continuous Monitoring service, further enabling businesses to transition from a reactive to proactive maintenance strategy. Our single-source solution provides a holistic view of HVAC, lighting, plumbing and building maintenance issues at the site-level in real time. With Managed Maintenance, your organization can easily see work orders, the cost of reconciling maintenance issues and the performance of maintenance vendors, then use this information to minimize operational costs and guide future strategic decisions. Building Specialists are available 24/7/365 to serve as an extension of your team, equipped with the skills to handle everything from enforcing maintenance contracts with vendors to dealing with a broken window or leaky faucet.

It takes significant time and resources to manage a portfolio of equipment vendors and maintenance contractors, sort through work orders to prioritize the most crucial projects, and oversee reporting on maintenance issues. Managed Maintenance eases this burden—freeing you up to focus on higher-value tasks. By replacing your expensive, reactive approach to maintenance response with a proactive and efficient portfolio-wide solution, you’ll keep costs low today while addressing tomorrow’s issues before they arise.

We invite you to watch this short video to learn how ENGIE Insight’s Monitoring & Maintenance services can help your business realize the cost and operational efficiencies of proactive maintenance.

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