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|Using Analytics to Make the
Switch From Reactive to Proactive
How Facility Teams are Driving Change on Campus
Reactive and proactive maintenance isn’t black and white, but falls on a wide spectrum. Many facilities teams don’t fall at either extreme – they’re somewhere in the middle, and struggling to get closer to the proactive side. Reaching a state of preventative maintenance is difficult, but attainable through analytics that keep your team ahead of the curve. Facility teams are extremely busy, and automating part of their jobs helps free up time that is better used for implementing energy initiatives, solving problems, and ultimately making the switch from reactive to proactive.
Making the switch to preventative maintenance allows your team to
The facility teams at UNH, GU, and Macalester are all in different places on their
paths to a truly proactive maintenance model, and there’s something
valuable to learn from each of their strategies.
About the Authors
Brenna Buckwalter, Marketing Manager at BuildPulse
Brenna has a business degree from the University of New Hampshire. Before joining the team at BuildPulse, she gained experience in marketing working with startups across the industry and international borders.
Eric Feeny, Customer Acquisition at BuildPulse
Eric is responsible for BuildPulse customer acquisition. He grew up programming for startups in Silicon Valley where he later attended Stanford University. He worked extensively with Oracle’s direct sales force and has also consulted to a number of startups. He applies his engineering and operational background to build an efficient sales organization and streamlined customer engagement experience.
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