Cloudfm launched a series of what it calls “ground breaking benefits” for its supply chain partners at a recent conference attended by more than 200 contractors from across the UK and Ireland. The Cloudfm team, headed by CEO Jeff Dewing, outlined a variety of initiatives that the FM company claims will “transform service levels and drive value for its growing customer base”.

The first half of the conference focused on technology and unveiled Cloudfm Freedom — the company’s most up-to-date and progressive contractor system. The new software updates its original technology platform and delivers visibility and flexibility for its supply chain partners.
 
Dewing commented, “Cloudfm Freedom has been two years in development and will give our supply chain partners an invaluable tool that can scale according to the demands of their business. We’ve seen many of our contractors’ businesses grow substantially during our partnership with them and I’m really excited to see how Cloudfm Freedom’s implementation will further deliver real and tangible financial benefits.”
 
The afternoon session of the event saw Cloudfm introduce a number of supply chain benefits. Dewing introduced a range of business tools to drive growth and human behaviour with the launch of a new incentive scheme to reward the supply chain’s field based engineers. Cloudfm’s benefits included:
 
- To deliver a guaranteed rate increase for all contractors with a total focus on the quality delivery. 
- Slashing the supply chain payment cycles by up to 20 days to be the fastest payers in the market.
- An investment of over £0.5 million in a generous incentive scheme for the supply chain engineers each time the Cloudfm app is used upon arrival and completion of jobs, ensuring real time visibility.
- A reward payment for one hour response times to fix clients non-trading buildings.
 
Dewing added, “I’m delighted to launch these new initiatives. Cloudfm’s ethos is to drive change within the FM industry, and we believe we are breaking the mould yet again. Our total investment in new benefits is over £2 million but in our opinion, essential to provide opportunities for mutual growth and industry change.”
 
Cloudfm concluded the conference with its biggest supply chain bonus of all. Cloudfm suppliers were gifted the use of Cloudfm’s multi-million pound system for their own business at no cost – completely free and unlicensed. 
 

 
 
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