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Wednesday 4th August 2021 11:30 AM

Upkeep Launches Unsung Heroes Campaign


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UpKeep, a modern, intuitive, and mobile first CMMS to streamline the work order process, is introducing an appreciation campaign today to pay gratitude to all of the heroes in maintenance. The Unsung Heroes Campaign will shine a spotlight on a group that deserves gratitude and acknowledgment for all of the hard work they do every single day. UpKeep works along side and wants to thank the maintenance teams and facility managers that support and sustain our world.


“At UpKeep, we know maintenance and facility managers are typically only thought of when something at a facility is broken so badly that it’s out of commission like that air conditioning unit that breaks down in the summer heat,” announced CEO of UpKeep, Ryan Chan. “The truth is, though, that maintenance and facility workers are the people responsible for sustaining every building we step foot into, they’re in every industry, and are in every country in the world. They make a huge impact on everyone’s lives, every single day, whether we’re aware of it or not. Today, and everyday, our commitment is to recognize the amazing work these maintenance workers do.”


The Unsung Heroes Campaign will showcase teams and individuals from all numerous industries including Wastewater Treatment, Manufacturing, Consumables Production, Restaurants, Asset Management, Property Management plus more. Six features have been circulated today that talk about the difference that’s being made in communities because of these hard workers; and moving forward we will continue to interview and tell the stories on our landing page each month. There are also shout-outs to these heroes from Ne-Yo and others live now.


David Hadley, Franchise Owner at McDonald’s pointed out, “There’s a misconception that Owners live in skyscrapers hundreds of miles away from the locations they operate, when the reality is that we are independent franchisees living in the communities we do business in. We truly care about our employees and our customers and are invested in making their lives better.”


“We fill bottles and I’ve never felt closer to the community than I do now, because the bottles that I support and help make end up at stores right next door to me. I can go into almost any store and find the products that have been made on the machines that I worked on... It’s like making something and giving it to your friend and then they pay you for it - except now I have a lot of friends. I consider them people who trust my work as a mechanic to make the machines make the things they use,” said Thom Knudsen, Maintenance Coordinator at American Blending and Filling.


From electricians and welders to custodians and maintenance technicians, UpKeep is completely committed to diffusing awareness about the tough and necessary jobs that make our society able to function.


Source: manufacturing.net


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Posted on : Wednesday 4th August 2021 11:30 AM

Upkeep Launches Unsung Heroes Campaign


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UpKeep, a modern, intuitive, and mobile first CMMS to streamline the work order process, is introducing an appreciation campaign today to pay gratitude to all of the heroes in maintenance. The Unsung Heroes Campaign will shine a spotlight on a group that deserves gratitude and acknowledgment for all of the hard work they do every single day. UpKeep works along side and wants to thank the maintenance teams and facility managers that support and sustain our world.


“At UpKeep, we know maintenance and facility managers are typically only thought of when something at a facility is broken so badly that it’s out of commission like that air conditioning unit that breaks down in the summer heat,” announced CEO of UpKeep, Ryan Chan. “The truth is, though, that maintenance and facility workers are the people responsible for sustaining every building we step foot into, they’re in every industry, and are in every country in the world. They make a huge impact on everyone’s lives, every single day, whether we’re aware of it or not. Today, and everyday, our commitment is to recognize the amazing work these maintenance workers do.”


The Unsung Heroes Campaign will showcase teams and individuals from all numerous industries including Wastewater Treatment, Manufacturing, Consumables Production, Restaurants, Asset Management, Property Management plus more. Six features have been circulated today that talk about the difference that’s being made in communities because of these hard workers; and moving forward we will continue to interview and tell the stories on our landing page each month. There are also shout-outs to these heroes from Ne-Yo and others live now.


David Hadley, Franchise Owner at McDonald’s pointed out, “There’s a misconception that Owners live in skyscrapers hundreds of miles away from the locations they operate, when the reality is that we are independent franchisees living in the communities we do business in. We truly care about our employees and our customers and are invested in making their lives better.”


“We fill bottles and I’ve never felt closer to the community than I do now, because the bottles that I support and help make end up at stores right next door to me. I can go into almost any store and find the products that have been made on the machines that I worked on... It’s like making something and giving it to your friend and then they pay you for it - except now I have a lot of friends. I consider them people who trust my work as a mechanic to make the machines make the things they use,” said Thom Knudsen, Maintenance Coordinator at American Blending and Filling.


From electricians and welders to custodians and maintenance technicians, UpKeep is completely committed to diffusing awareness about the tough and necessary jobs that make our society able to function.


Source: manufacturing.net

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