WOW! (formerly Work Order Wonder) was developed for corporate facility managers or commercial property managers looking to manage their assets, work orders and preventative maintenance. It is a cloud-based solution that offers all-inclusive functionality, unlimited users, unlimited support and global mobility.
With WOW! real estate managers have a web-based system that gives users the ability to connect to the solution from their desktop, laptop or (through the WOW! Mobile Application) from their smartphone. Users can manage work orders and other tasks from home, while data remains secure in a SAS70 Type II compliant system.
The dispatching feature eliminates paper-based work orders. Work orders can be routed, texted and emailed in minutes. Invoices from these work orders can be sent to an existing accounting solution as well, reducing double entry.
The scheduling feature helps companies standardize preventative maintenance operations, reduce repair expenses and prolong the life of key assets. WOW! helps users remember, track, schedule and assign tasks.
Katie from Commercial Realty Advisors
Specialty: Real Estate
I've been very pleased with the communication and support from Core7. They are very responsive and have gone above and beyond for customization to suit our very specific needs. The product is easy to use, especially for the guys in the field using the mobile application.
I would like to have the ability to change the layout of pages, for example the columns displayed, myself. Perhaps a little more access to the back end for personal customization per person. While Core7 has been very responsive, communicable, and have done a great job at customizing for our needs, they have taken quite a while to implement those changes.
Make a list of the key requirements for your business with regard to daily use by administrative personnel, technicians, and your clients' reporting needs and ensure each one of those can be met prior to engaging. Be sure to ask if the current version can accomplish your goals or if it is planned for a future release. Most importantly, ensure the continued support you are offered goes beyond implementation so when issues arise, whether from upgrades or browsers, you have as little down time as possible.