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of workers are concerned about office cleanliness.


of cleaners use a paper-based method to manage their operations.


increase in operational efficiency using a smart cleaning solution.

The COVID-19 pandemic has made us all much more aware of the importance of hygiene and cleanliness.

Keeping an office clean is no longer just about vacuuming the carpets and clearing away used mugs at the end of the day. It’s about cleaning proactively to reduce the risk of virus transmission and keep employees safe.

The challenges

Cleaning tends to be scheduled whether a space has been used or not, and spaces are often left unclean until the next cleaning cycle, which is a cause for concern when it comes to potential viral transmission. Manual schedules are not always filled in accurately, if at all, which can make it difficult to track which areas have been cleaned.

Our solution

We can make things a whole lot easier by installing sensors that can track cleaning frequencies, and alert you when cleaning is needed. 

You can identify the areas that tend to be used most frequently and at what specific times. And this allows you to create a schedule that’s more flexible, responsive and effective. We give you all the data you need to enable you to clean smarter, not harder.

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