Based on the impressive results delivered for Scope Retail, Cloudfm has been awarded a five-year maintenance contract with the charity’s other main division, Scope Services.
Head of Property at disability charity Scope, Matt Austin, explained the decision to award the contract to Cloudfm: “We want to replicate the efficiency, control and visibility we’ve achieved in the retail division. We’ve developed a great relationship with Cloudfm and this was the natural next step for the organisation.”
Since being awarded the Scope Retail contract 18 months ago, Cloudfm has delivered cost savings of 40% across circa 250 stores, helping the charity to achieve its most profitable year on record. The new contract will see Cloudfm take on a further 120 buildings, which include care homes, schools, respite centres and residential buildings. They will also manage Scope’s head office and regional offices.
The decision to choose Cloudfm was therefore a simple one, as Matt commented: “Having undertaken a comprehensive review of the market, it was clear that Cloudfm were the lead contender. Their unique approach, service and technology, combined with a proven track record in Scope Retail, made them the standout choice. We’re looking forward to working with them across the estate.”
CEO of Cloudfm Group, Jeff Dewing is equally pleased: “Our experience of working with Scope has been extremely rewarding, and we’re excited by the challenge of supporting the service delivery side of the charity.”