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Susan Spring delivers professional management experience to company’s Work Order Network
Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) March 05, 2013
Corrigo Incorporated, a leading facility management software provider for organizations with multiple facilities, has announced the newest addition to its team.
Susan Spring will draw from her years of experience in restaurant and customer service facilities management to provide valuable industry insight and help ensure Corrigo’s clients are getting the most out of the company’s services. She will focus especially on the company’s Work Order Network, which allows organizations to control their operations much more effectively than ever before. Starting immediately, Spring will begin her role as Director of Sales Support for Corrigo.
“We are very pleased to welcome Susan to our team, as she brings with her a wealth of industry knowledge and valuable experience,” said John Phillips, CEO. “Not only are our customers connected to the most powerful facilities management solutions available, but they also have the most talented people in the industry standing right beside them in a consultative role.”
Spring has more than 20 years of experience in facilities management, including leadership positions at the national level. She previously served with Brinker International, where she coordinated all facilities support for 1,100 restaurants nationwide. During this time, she streamlined processes, improved vendor management and developed analytics for the company’s 824 Chili’s locations, saving Brinker International about $1.8 million in operations costs.
At Corrigo, Spring will work with the company’s various customers to identify potential cost savings and guest experience improvements. She will also help organizations develop comprehensive reporting systems that inform critical business decisions, making sure no aspect—whether it’s financial, service-oriented or guest facing—gets lost in the details.
Corrigo’s Work Order Network offers software that allows customers to control their spend, get the most out of their vendors and implement more efficient processes and procedures. It serves as a valuable financial tool when coordinating facilities management needs.
“There is so much value in connecting to the Work Order Network,” said Phillips. “Susan will be working with our customers to ensure that they have access to all of the cost savings and value offered by the network.”
With expert input from professionals like Spring, Corrigo’s customers are able to harness the full power of the Work Order Network. This, in turn, helps them streamline their business processes by improving their cost structures and reducing facilities and maintenance costs.
To learn more about Corrigo and the Work Order Network, visit http://www.corrigo.com.
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