CIOs are challenged to find solutions that make a positive impact on their organization, are easy to use, and do not create major disruptions. FacilGo meets all three of those needs by allowing users to handle the entire maintenance and turn process through one easy-to-use mobile application. “FacilGo is the only platform that provides a comprehensive solution in which each step of the process can be leveraged into the next. The end result is an accelerated turn and maintenance process, which helps save time, enforce standards, and lower operational costs,” explains Ken Murai, Founder and CEO of FacilGo.
FacilGo helps property management companies and suppliers to operate more efficiently and grow revenue. Users are guided through the entire maintenance and turn process from inspections to purchases to resident charge backs. The solution provides timely information, such as warranty data during ordering, and facilitates schedule coordination amongst peers and suppliers. With FacilGo, the whole cycle is tied together, and documented on an interactive turn matrix with extreme visibility into the schedules and the costs of the turns.
The company has become a valued partner to numerous real estate operators, residents, and suppliers. Wood Partners—the third largest multifamily developer in the US—appreciates that FacilGo helps them set and maintain product and supplier standards, collect resident damages, generate warranty claims, perform audits faster, and expedite their turn process.
FacilGo is a process driven technology company that thrives on working with its client base to expand operational efficiencies through technology. “The strongest solutions come from working through the most difficult problems, and the student housing turn process is certainly difficult. We listened and built a turn solution for student housing that helps all property operators and suppliers. We didn’t just look at inspections or ordering, we created a solution to the entire process, which is the best way to please your residents, staff and business partners,” concludes Murai.