Tafawuq launches mobile facilities maintenance solution
Tafawuq GO application offers paperless mobile facilities management capabilities
Facilities management service provider Tafawuq Facility Management has launched a new paperless mobile maintenance solution.
The Tafawuq GO maintenance mobility solution integrates scanning, imaging, voice instructions and business applications into a mobile device.
The solution is being issued to all Tafawuq sites and will be in place on all new project deployments. Key features of Tafawuq GO include: full integration with SAP; scanning and identifying asset/equipment; ability to upload images and video; monitoring material inventory levels and conversion of voice instructions to text.
The company, a subsidiary of the UAE-based Eltizam Asset Management Group, says that the solution will create a substantial reduction in paper use and print consumables.
Tafawuq GO was create as a collaboration between the group's IT, technology and operations teams, and is part of the company's $5m investment program in next-generation property technologies. The initiative is also in line with company environmental goals and innovation agenda.
"We are on the cusp of a paradigm shift in how technology is used to manage the built environment and make our cities smarter. The UAE is leading the way in the smart transformation of cities, and we at Eltizam are working hard to stay ahead of the curve," said Chris Roberts, Chief Executive Officer, Eltizam Asset Management Group.
Mohammed Al Sharaf, COO, Eltizam Asset Management Group, said: "The launch of Tafawuq GO brings us to the forefront of the facilities management industry in terms of technology adoption. We apply mobile applications to drive efficiencies, automation and innovation and steer our customers towards the goal of Paperless and Green city vision of the UAE government. Taking our maintenance onto a mobile platform will allow our operations teams to spend more time focused on maintaining client assets and less time on paper-based administration."