Morning and evening routines, maintenance and cleaning processes can enjoy improvements in efficiency and productivity with the use of MaestroLIVE. Where your opening and closing routines are set and important to get right, MaestroLIVE can help managers check processes have been completed easily. MaestroLIVE can also then demonstrate that those processes have been followed by recording events over time.
For example, your evening closing routine may include a full inspection of the shopping centre for customers and shop staff who haven’t yet left, any damage to displays or vandalism as well as a set cleaning routine. A managed workflow will deliver these task notifications regularly to the mobile workers responsible for carrying them out. Once completed the mobile worker notifies MaestroLIVE that the task has been completed, the inspection is complete or the cleaning routine is finished.
Managers can keep an eye on these processes from a distance noting what time the tasks were finished and are even able to program MaestroLIVE to handle photographic evidence that a task has been completed. The act of pressing the ‘complete task’ button in MaestroLIVE is very simple, even snapping a quick photograph to attach to the report is easy but the value of regular due process and the storage of the evidence pays dividends in the future.
A managed workflow can help improve productivity of your maintenance and cleaning teams thus improving the shopping experience. MaestroLIVE also offers the security features described providing invaluable and consistent evidence that your processes are being carried out routinely with evidence. Useful for demonstrating , for example, that the doors were locked on the evening of a break in thus providing evidence for insurance purposes.
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