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Feb 14, 2019,
San Jose
Flagship Facility Services
Flagship Facility Services introduces Service Now Option to our Northern and Southern California markets
Sonoma

 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

FLAGSHIP FACILITY SERVICES, INC INTRODUCES “SERVICE NOW” OPTION IN NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

February 6, 2019 San Jose, CA – In an effort to better serve the needs of the evolving marketplace, Flagship Facility Services is pleased to reintroduce its Service Now mobile support unit for building maintenance services. This offering includes a wide variety of services, from building maintenance, painting, lighting, electrical or plumbing.

“We’ve listened to the market and now, we’re responding in a way that makes high quality facility services accessible to California businesses.”, says Bruce Field, Vice President of Facility Services at Flagship. “We realize that in some cases, a total facility maintenance solution is not what’s needed, but up until now, customers had few choices – they either purchased it or their facility suffered. This move allows us to give them exactly the service they need when they need it”.

“Flagship will continue to self-perform all these services – a critical factor that sets us apart. At the end of the day, our goal is to build strong relationships built on providing value. Self-performing gives us the opportunity to do this while delivering an exceptional customer experience”.

Founded in 1988, Flagship currently serves some of the nation’s leading organizations - including Orlando, Tampa, and DFW International Airports as well as segment leaders in business and industry, from Silicon Valley to the east coast.

For more information on the new mobile facilities maintenance solution, please visit www.FlagshipInc.com/Service-Now.


Contact Information
Name: Bruce Field     Email: bfield@flagshipinc.com

 

 

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