Facility Software Company AkitaBox Unveils Limited-Time Free Software Subscription Offer for Customers Who Purchase Data Collection Services

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Facility software and solutions company AkitaBox™ announced a limited-time offer exclusive to new customers that would provide facility managers who purchase standard building data collection services a free year’s worth of the AkitaBox facility management software.

Standard collection services start with an onsite team of facility specialists who walk each building to update floor plans, map critical space and assets and place QR codes on each corresponding piece of equipment. This information is then standardized and integrated into the AkitaBox facility management software, and clients are trained and continually supported by a dedicated customer success manager. The entire turnkey process typically takes less than 90 days.

“We believe so firmly in our product and the value that it will bring to our customers that we’re willing to do what it takes to help them make their case,” said Chief Executive Officer Todd Hoffmaster. “Many facility managers face budgetary barriers when factoring software into the budget, so we’re giving them a solution — to truly try before you buy.”

The AkitaBox software comes with a number of features but is known for location-based asset mapping, a detailed floor plan viewer, powerful work order and preventative maintenance modules and a dynamic reporting dashboard.

“The number one way we aim to help our customers is to show them how our software is driving ROI for their facilities,” said Hoffmaster.

“We know that choosing AkitaBox as their facility solution provider is an investment, so offering a year of our software for free is an investment we can give right back to our customers. We want to prove to them and their stakeholders the real operational value.”

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