Work Order Life Cycle Phase 1: Seamless Work Order Creation

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Work Order Life Cycle Phase 1: Seamless Work Order Creation

Work Order Life Cycle Phase 1: Seamless Work Order Creation

  • FlowPath can create work orders from anywhere via call, text, email or in-platform.

Foundational components of operating a business successfully include organization and some form of consistency. Facilities managers handle so many moving pieces, especially when creating and managing work orders.

With the hustle and bustle of the workday, it’s easy to accidentally forget to update the spreadsheet on your desktop or become overwhelmed with the growing pile of post-it notes on your desk or texts from your team. The next thing you know, important information is misplaced, and your team starts to feel a little disoriented. There has to be a better way to prevent the perils of spreadsheets and paper-based organization.

Enter FlowPath Facility Management Platform. FlowPath allows clients to seamlessly create work orders quickly and efficiently. Users can submit orders by call, text, email, or online through their desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device. 

Imagine this: You come across a water leak. It’s small now, but it undoubtedly needs some attention before it becomes more significant, and expensive! You know exactly which team member should be in charge of making sure this gets handled quickly, and you have a great vendor in mind who fixed a previous leak a few months ago. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could take a few minutes to jot down the work order details and easily notify everyone involved? 

FlowPath makes that ideal situation a reality. Read on to Phase 2 to learn more or reach out to info@getflowpath.com and set up a demo.

About FlowPath Facility Management Platform

The FlowPath platform allows small-team facility, operations, and property managers the freedom to manage their workflows within a system designed specifically for them. FlowPath is the answer to complicated, enterprise-level CMMS and FMS technologies that simply do not scale down to the needs of a majority of the workforce that operates not behind a desk.