Sodexo’s Maximo System Leads Global Asset Management

June 30, 2016

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Sodexo’s Maximo System Leads Global Asset Management

GAITHERSBURG, Md., June 30, 2016 — From small businesses to large conglomerates with facilities across the globe, the daunting task of protecting a building’s infrastructure through quality facilities management looms large over institutions. Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life Services, has implemented an Asset Management Framework— a set of documents, systems and processes that addresses an organization’s asset management responsibilities— to use with facilities management clients. Sodexo’s Asset Management Framework is designed to meet rigorous ISO:55000 requirements—the international standard in facilities asset management.

A hallmark of this framework is Sodexo’s exclusively configured Maximo 7.5 — a Computerized Maintenance Management System that tracks and manages all the systems inside a building such as heating, cooling and electricity. The tool, which is used by Sodexo facilities management teams in 42 countries, provides a global solution for premier facilities management service delivery.

Using Maximo helps on-site Sodexo managers maintain best practices that deliver consistent services to clients across the globe, optimizing the cost of operating a building by streamlining maintenance and managing preventive maintenance. Through Maximo, operators are finding it easier to manage maintenance needs, align service levels with business objectives, schedule and track labor, implement a cost-effective maintenance plan and measure the life cycle of systems.

Benefits of Asset Management through Maximo

“Sodexo provides Quality of Life services, and the health of an environment directly contributes to a sense of comfort & safety which is very important to Quality of Life,” said Roopesh Chetty, Sodexo Vice President of Information Systems & Technology. “With Maximo, our clients can rely on us help them maximize asset performance, cost management and risk-control that balances operating and capital expenses, improves the environment and increases employee productivity.”

Using Maximo for facilities management provides both short and long term benefits.  Not only does is allow for numerous operational benefits, but the data collected in Maximo over time will provide valuable insight into trends in the industry involving integrity of facilities’ systems, labor optimization and improving operational efficiencies, allowing Sodexo to make improvements to asset management that will result in more cost-effective operations for clients.

Sodexo sets itself apart from industry competitors by having Maximo exclusively configured to support facilities in different locations across the globe.  “With our configuration,” explains Chetty, “we can achieve a consistent delivery of facilities management, especially for large accounts that need a unified, single solution operating plan for facilities that are all over the map. Data we obtain from Maximo, allows the client to compare costs of operations across geographies and protect the infrastructure of all of their buildings.” 

Sodexo delivers more than 100 services across North America that enhance organizational performance, contribute to local communities and improve quality of life. The Fortune Global 500 company is a leader in delivering sustainable, integrated facilities management and foodservice operations.

Learn more at the company’s corporate blog, Sodexo Insights.

Contact:
Greg Yost
Sodexo, Inc.
301 987 4214

 

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