Thames Centre, Ontario: Transforming its Work Order System with Citywide Maintenance

The Municipality of Thames Centre’s Recreation and Facilities Management Division is responsible for maintaining the Municipality’s parks, trails, libraries, fire halls, arena, cemeteries, athletic fields, and aquatic facilities. Through the implementation of Citywide Maintenance, the Division has transformed its work order system to be completely paperless. With the cloud-based solution, the Recreation and Facilities Management Division can ensure that all tasks completed by departmental staff are accurately recorded, organized, and stored in real-time using a single system.

Read more to learn how  Citywide Maintenance saves the Division 260+ hours per year.

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