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'Bestroom' Mobile App Puts Restroom Users, Owners and Service Providers in Touch

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BestRoom App
F-MATIC's BestRoom mobile app.

Bruce Beggs |

LAS VEGAS — Bestroom™, a digital platform developed by restroom sanitation products manufacturer F-MATIC, uses a mobile application and web interface to give service providers and restroom owners instant feedback to streamline janitorial services and inventory management.

The company unveiled Bestroom at the Clean Show (booth 1916).

“Bestroom allows the people who own, maintain, service and supply restroom facilities to not only receive feedback in real time, but to act on that information and interact with partners throughout the supply and service chain,” says F-MATIC Chief Operating Officer David Bernstein.

The Bestroom mobile app allows not only general rate and search functions, but also the ability to sort by category, attributes and proximity to the users’ current location. Users can also provide specific feedback for facility owners, right down to specifying a lack of soap, a plumbing problem, a dirty floor and more.

That feedback is instantly sent to restroom owners and service providers so they can request janitorial services, place orders or restock the facility. Once fixed, the reporting user will get a notification and the response speed will be recorded so future users can see how important clean facilities are at various locations.

Distributors and service companies will be offered tiered monthly subscription options—including free options—to access more advanced features to better serve their customers’ needs.

The free app will initially be available in the iTunes App Store for iOS devices, but will soon also be available in the Android Marketplace for Android-powered handhelds and tablets as well.

About the author

Bruce Beggs

American Trade Magazines LLC

Editorial Director, American Trade Magazines LLC

Bruce Beggs is editorial director of American Trade Magazines LLC, including American Coin-Op, American Drycleaner and American Laundry News. He was the editor of American Laundry News from November 1999 to May 2011. Beggs has worked as a newspaper reporter/editor and magazine editor since graduating from Kansas State University in 1986 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications. He and his wife, Sandy, have two children.

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