This month marks a full decade since Mobiess was first launched – and we’ve seen a huge amount of growth and change in that ten years.

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When we began, we could never have predicted how our first decade of business would end, with the country – the world – facing a global pandemic, an issue which has impacted the world of Facilities Management enormously.
In 2010, when Karl Horner and Russell Pooley took their first steps into business together, merging their technical knowledge and experience in IT, software design and customer facing solutions, the UK were coming out of a recession and taking tentative steps into embracing mobile devices in the workplace for streamlining data processing.
The growth of the industry has been stratospheric, and even global recessions and changes in leadership, political unrest and pandemics have failed to slow the rollout of mobile solutions, which have made mobile operative more efficient and effective.
All of our solutions were designed with real people in mind and formed as flexible and adaptable solutions to every-day needs in facilities management operations of every scale. You ask, and we configure our solution to meet your needs – tailored to your specific requirements where other providers might try to shoehorn your needs into their existing solutions.
Ten years in business, and still growing, thriving and creating solutions for our customers and partners, is cause for celebration. The Mobiess team are delighted to see our solutions helping FM teams manage the increased workload and pressure of Covid-19 on workplaces across the UK, keeping people safe and secure and enabling both workers and members of the public to be protected with to-the-minute communication on assessments, cleaning audits, work orders and distribution of assets.
It’s more important than ever to maintain accurate, detailed records and communicate the status of your facilities with all the relevant parties. We look forward to continuing to work with our existing customer and new customer during the next 10 years.