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ServiceChannel: New Partner Program Extends Facilities Management and Maintenance Ecosystem

ServiceChannel, an SaaS service automation platform for facilities managers and contractors, has announced the company’s new solution partner program. Now, leaders in adjacent solution categories can seamlessly integrate with the ServiceChannel platform, granting customers a broader set of capabilities and benefits. Customers will gain greater transparency, automation and efficiency through one common user experience.

“We are reinforcing our commitment to offering best-in-class solutions and a best-in-class user experience for our customers and partners,” said Tom Buiocchi, ServiceChannel’s CEO. “Our partner program adds a new level of innovation to ServiceChannel’s platform, with full integration and collaboration from leading technology companies with diverse offerings. Our goal is to continuously offer our customers greater capabilities and choices, contributing to their competitive advantage and ultimately, their bottom line.”

The initial set of new solution partners includes industry leaders in Internet of Things (IoT), commercial refrigerator monitoring, energy management, food monitoring and safety, gas tank monitoring and dispensing, site inspections, tax-rate validation and workplace planning. Charter partners in the program include Archaio, Avalara, GridPoint, PhoenixEnergy, Powerhouse Dynamics, SpaceIQ, TempAlert and Titan.

“We are excited to be one of the first of ServiceChannel’s new solution partners,” said Roy Judelson, founder of Archaio. “Archaio’s powerful inspection and visualization tools enhance and bring significant benefits to the ServiceChannel platform. Like ServiceChannel, we have been at the forefront of modernizing facilities management, moving traditionally paper-based workflows onto mobile devices, and together we can bring immediate ROI to both existing and new joint customers.”

The ServiceChannel partner program and solutions will be formally introduced at the ServiceChannel CONNECT User Conference on September 11-12 in Las Vegas. Several of these ecosystem partners will participate in the “Making Technology Work for You - An Expert Partner Panel.” During this session, the panel of experts will discuss their respective technology directions, and suggestions for adopting and using their technology to deliver enhanced results on the ServiceChannel platform.

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