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TheWorxHub’s 2019 Vision Award & Why It Matters

Grace Flack
  • Dec 10, 2019
  • 2 minute read

In September, TheWorxHub, our operations management software for healthcare and senior living, won a Vision Award from facilitiesnet. 

What Is a Vision Award? 

According to facilitiesnet, the Vision Awards “honor innovation and excellence in products that contribute to the efficient and profitable operations and management of institutional and commercial buildings in the United States.” 

Our Vision Award was in the Smart Buildings/IoT/Software category, which means we’re among the best-in-class FM products based on: 

  • Cost savings 

  • Technological advancements 

  • Efficiency/productivity 

  • Tenant satisfaction 

We’re proud to be among so many amazing products and companies that help the operations industry work smarter.

 

More on TheWorxHub

TheWorxHub is a cloud-based solution for healthcare and senior living organizations to prioritize, manage and ensure completion of compliance-related maintenance and focus on creating a high-quality Environment of Care.  

With TheWorxHub, healthcare operations staff can track work orders, monitor compliance-related tasks, communicate effectively across departments, implement a strong preventive maintenance program, see analytics on their work and team to provide reporting to executives, and drive data-driven decisions. 

TheWorxHub modules include easy-to-use solutions for: 

  • Maintenance 

  • Capital planning 

  • Surveys and inspections 

  • Security 

  • PO and inventory 

  • Operational analytics 

  • Housekeeping 

  • IT 

Not only do we honor getting an award, but we also love hearing the stories of the operations professionals our software has helped. Check out this testimonial from Martha’s Vineyard Hospital to see what they’ve been able to do with TheWorxHub. 

 

See all the winners of the 2019 Vision Awards.

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