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The Problem We Solve

Property managers operate in a zero-sum game. They are under intense pressure to continually reduce costs and enhance performance, all while executing with fewer resources than they need. The last decade has eliminated nearly all of the low-hanging “reduce costs” fruit. Despite the strategic opportunities to advance the business, procurement personnel are placed in a reactive position, forced to deal with myriad tactical activities that drag down focus and prevent them from spending their time on higher value, higher impact areas.


The Best Solution

The largest companies in the world have designed highly efficient, high-performance procurement processes that deliver on these results. Modeling this approach, the best way to solve this puzzle is based on three criteria:

  • Maximizes the purchasing power of the entire organization

  • Automates or eliminates all non-value or non-core activities as much as possible

  • Minimizes the day-to-day changes that front-line personnel must make in order to adopt and comply with initiatives and systems


What We're The Best

  • We lower costs for all aspects of a property management cos’building & maintenance procurement & workforce management functions.

  •  We enable commercial property management companies to buy more BMO materials from their current vendor for less, typically 10% or more.

  • How you manage forklift power is the missing link in high-velocity manufacturing & distribution supply chain. They view it as power (a thing) instead of power management (a complex, dynamic process).
    • Forklift power management is a crucial supply chain process and should be executed using a process engineering style, ala Six Sigma, Lean, TQM, etc.
  • Power Management represents 50% of the total cost of ownership of a forklift fleet. Passive forklift power management (which is the dominant approach) typically creates $4,000 of hidden costs (the equivalent of $45,000 -$125,000 of lost revenue) per forklift.
  • While new technologies provides the opportunity to advance power management and eliminate some of today’s problems, technology is not enough on its own.The market leaders of tomorrow will select the right technologies as well as integrate them into dynamic power management processes to achieve business outcomes.
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Focus Areas


Growth Strategy



Content Creation & Velocity

Sales Enablement


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