What Is In-Site™?
Being in charge of an education facility’s maintenance means continually improving the quality of your school’s buildings and grounds. Through the SupplyWorks In-Site program, we offer a suite of solutions to help you standardize products, enhance processes and improve procedures to create a positive, long-term impact. In-Site is proven to make facilities cleaner, healthier and greener while reducing operating costs by as much as 30%.
How Does it Work?
There are six easy steps to success with the SupplyWorks In-Site program:
Let’s Get Started
Getting started with In-Site is easy. Simply complete the form below and our experts will be in touch with the first steps to get your business on the road to success. The program is complimentary for SupplyWorks customers and comes with great benefits.
With the SupplyWorks In-Site for Ed program, our school building health scores have improved by 30% and we have enjoyed enough savings to allow us to invest in much needed automated floor equipment. The financial benefits are definitely a plus, but maintaining the health of our students is a top priority during this difficult flu and cold season. Jeanene Barnett, ED. D, Superintendent
Bristow Public Schools,
We have found we are saving money by using the SupplyWorks In-Site program in ways we never imagined. We have increased our efficiencies in several ways. Previously our team needed to make 1 - 2 trips per week to pick up items they had forgotten to order. Now, with managers creating their orders through the system, there is no more lost productivity. Also, we never forget to bill a customer for supplies because there is a paper trail reminding us to send bills. Tim Buss, Superintendent
Wabash Community School District,
Mt. Carmel, IL
We were trying to balance our custodial staff with outsourced and district staff. In writing the bid specs for the outsourced staff we were not able to get what we were looking for. After writing in the In-Site program into our bid specs we were able to get what we were looking for and more. After the first full training seminar the feedback from numerous principals was, "I don't know what you did at that training but we have immediately seen improved performance and elevated custodian morale.
The building assessment and training components are driving consistency with the quality of cleanliness for both contracted custodians and district. Patrick Connor, Director of Operations
Madison City Schools,