NEW YORK, April 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Facilities management (FM) executives said that maintaining high customer satisfaction was both their most important as well as their most challenging responsibility when it comes to delivering high quality support services, according to a survey report recently issued by Canon Business Process Services (Canon). Yet a significant number of respondents also indicated that they do not measure customer satisfaction for their site operations, which indicates that measuring such key performance indicators might be an important opportunity for some organizations.
Among the tools available to them, executives specified that facilities management applications have the greatest impact on their ability to improve support services. However, using tools for tracking the delivery of supplies or services as well as Six Sigma improvement projects represent opportunities for some companies that may want to take action in these areas.
Besides providing insight on these and other findings, the survey report sheds light on the importance of supporting corporate sites by effectively managing what Canon terms corporate campus logistics. This is a specialized service that ensures the efficient flow of materials and people at large multi-building office campuses serving thousands of employees. It is a complex discipline that includes coordinating shipping and receiving, which survey respondents deem as highly important but also very challenging to supervise.
In addition to the survey report, Canon also presented a webinar highlighting insights on specific survey findings. To view the webinar now: http://bit.ly/1PFyv5i.
About Canon Business Process Services Canon Business Process Services, Inc. offers a comprehensive portfolio of managed services and technology for information and document management, business process outsourcing and specialty workforce services. Combining singular experience and domain knowledge, Canon Business Process Services enables organizations to improve operational performance while reducing costs and risks. Named a Global Outsourcing 100 Leader in 2016 by IAOP for the tenth year, the company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc. Learn more at www.cbps.canon.com and follow us on Twitter @CanonBPO.
All referenced product names, and other marks, are trademarks of their respective owners.
Press Contact: Ken Neal Fellow, Corporate Communications Canon Business Process Services [email protected]