“There is one thing stronger than all the armies in the world; and that is an
idea whose time has come.”
Many young and nimble companies have hijacked long entrenched industry dinosaurs by changing the rules of the game. They partnered with fast and agile partners who delivered valuable services in core competencies. There is no value in delivering services not considered essential to your core business.
As such some business visionary envisage a business community with partners delivering core services to one another. These businesses will be interlaced and integrated in a synergetic and value adding means. The web will facilitate this bond and competency will cement the relationship. Solucore is a firm which believes in these values and e-volve™ is a solution offering for property owners and managers to achieve this.
The internet can be an extremely valuable tool in any industry. e-volve™ harnesses the power of the internet to provide our clients with a detailed look at their maintenance portfolios. This portfolio management tool enables you to compare which building needs attention, and which is performing well in regards to your elevator systems.
Solucore is the only company that can provide owners with the ability to review the equipment history over the life of the contract and equipment. Our software will give you the ability to review the equipment’s performance as often as you need and anytime you need to. We give you the ability to monitor the state of the maintenance and callbacks.
Our database “farming tool” will provide you with: numerous information on callbacks government maintenance requirement, government report status, consultant report status, mean time between call, total uptime, peak hour performance, total hours spent versus required, equipment related calls, benchmarking and many more.
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