Facilities management company, Cloudfm, has launched a brand-new website to better represent the core vision of the business which is focussed on mitigating the risk of facilities management for clients all underpinned by cutting-edge technology created to influence behaviour change.
According to Cloudfm the new site marks an” important step-change” for the business, which was founded in 2011 by Jeff Dewing and Derrick Hidden.
Looking forward from 2020, Cloudfm says it is keen to continue to drive the facilities management industry forward, not just with its different approach to processes but also with its investment in technology for the future. Underneath it all remains the company’s core purpose, “to restore trust in a failing industry by changing the rules”.
Jeff Dewing, CEO of Cloudfm said: “To continue to stay years ahead of the rest of industry, we recognise that we cannot stand still. At Cloudfm we’re proud to push boundaries and challenge the existing ways of doing things in order to drive things forward. Just one of the ways we do this is through tech. Our R&D is second to none and we continuously invest in technology to underpin our unique processes and expert teams. We use focussed technology to influence behaviour change, putting our users in control.
“It’s important for our new website to be reflective of this type of approach whilst still impressing the value of Cloudfm shouldering the risk of any client organisation when it comes to FM – something unprecedented elsewhere in the industry. That’s why the new messaging is ‘Risk less. Expect more.’ “
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