Why Social Housing Organizations like THC Use Axxerion CMMS for Work Order Management -1

Why Social Housing Organizations like THC Use Axxerion CMMS for Work Order Management

By CMMS, Maintenance Management, Property Management
Client Spotlight: Tenderloin Housing Clinic THC is a nonprofit organization that operates San Francisco's largest permanent housing program for single homeless adults. It also offers additional services including transitional housing, money management, legal assistance, and community advocacy. THC manages 23 properties throughout San Francisco, offering safe and supportive housing in the Tenderloin, SOMA, Mission, and Union Square neighborhoods. Headquarters: San Francisco, CA Industry: Nonprofit/Legal Social Housing Number of Locations: 20+ Number of Employees: 300+ Why Axxerion: Highly configurable and adaptive Strong visibility and analytics Excellent client support Axxerion Modules Used: CMMS Property Management Work Order Management Reporting & Analytics The...
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Why Behavioral Health Organizations like CHR Use Axxerion CMMS to Streamline Facilities and Accounting

Why Behavioral Health Organizations like CHR Use Axxerion CMMS to Streamline Facilities and Accounting

By CMMS, Contract Lifecycle Management, Fleet Management, Maintenance Management, Property Management
Client Spotlight: Community Health Resources CHR is a non-profit behavioral healthcare provider in Connecticut that offers a comprehensive range of services for children, families and adults whose lives have been affected by mental illness. CHR has two main outpatient offices in Manchester and Enfield, along with many other offices throughout central and eastern Connecticut. Headquarters: Windsor, CT Industry: Nonprofit Behavioral Health Number of Locations: 60+ Number of Employees: 900+ Why Axxerion: Flexible and highly configurable Forward-looking accounting All-in-one platform Axxerion Modules Used: CMMS Lease/Contract Management Financials & Accounting Reporting & Analytics The Challenge: CHR used to store all of their...
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