PM Logic® is an industry exclusive solution from CLS that transforms troubleshooting into logical and effective maintenance management. It provides easy, web-based access to industry knowledge that can save you time, keep your equipment healthy and efficient for years, and optimize your facility management budget.
PM Logic® is an easy-to-use online interface that provides comprehensive data-driven analysis and operational recommendations, including:
PM Logic®provides a wealth of HVAC asset management knowledge that is both site sensitive and rooftop unit (RTU) specific. Just as important, it makes that knowledge easy to access and manage through CLS’ simple online system.
What level and frequency of repairs does your equipment really need?
Your PM Logic Score tells you.
A separate score is created for each RTU based on that specific piece of equipment’s history, no matter the number of units or stores.
Key inputs are derived from CLS’ extensive field experience, as well as from specific customer-supplied information.
Your PM Logic Score determines the optimal level and type of repairs needed on the equipment. Your budget will stay the same; you’re simply allocating the resources where they are most needed.
As a facility manager, you get service quotes every day – for windows, doors, plumbing, roofing, air conditioners and more. If you oversee hundreds or even thousands of stores, how do you decide which quotes are critical, and which aren’t?
Example: HVAC. You probably get quotes for repairs at locations throughout your geographic footprint…maybe a $700 service call here, a $1,000 repair there, a $3,000 replacement estimate somewhere else.
Before you know it, you’re blowing through your facility management budget, and there’s no good way to tell whether you made wise choices.
All quotes aren’t created equal – they should be considered based on established criteria, and prioritized accordingly.
At CLS Facility Services, our PM Logic solution manages this critical function, and helps facility managers make the right decisions on the many quotes they receive each day.
Posted on May 01, 2017
In Part I of our three-part series on asset management, we explained what separates decent facilities asset management from great asset management—and how that affects your facility maintenance budget. As we said, any facility maintenance company should provide great service if they hope to compete for your businessRead the Full Blog
Learn about different types of signage; strategies for maintaining your signage; and the importance of optimal signage for your business.Click Here to Get the E-book