MORRISTOWN, NJ, January 18, 2012—Schindler Elevator Corporation, a leading global elevator and escalator manufacturer in the U.S. and Canada, today announced that its Destination Interface elevator modernization technology has been named a Top Product by building and facility executives who recently participated in a national survey, which was conducted by Building Operating Management magazine.
The Building Operating Management Top Products award winners were selected by an e-mail ballot sent to facilities professionals responsible for the management of commercial, government, educational, retail, medical, hospitality and industrial buildings. A total of 557 products that appeared in the magazine or on FacilitiesNet.com between Oct. 1, 2010 and Sept. 30, 2011 were judged.
Readers were asked to select their choices for Top Products that met the criteria of innovation and usefulness to facility managers. Based on reader votes, Schindler’s Destination Interface elevator modernization technology was selected as a top pick and will be showcased in the January issue of Building Operating Management alongside fellow Top Products winners.
With a Schindler Destination Interface elevator modernization, conventional elevator controls can quickly and easily be converted to destination dispatching. Available on most brands of elevators, this unique, low-cost transformation can be activated without removing cars from service. Owners can immediately enjoy the benefits of destination dispatching, including improved performance, energy savings, access control and VIP service.
“The results of the Top Products survey reveal that commercial facility managers appreciate the opportunity to celebrate the tools and products that help them run their buildings more efficiently and effectively,” said Naomi Millan, senior editor for Building Operating Management. “The Top Products Awards program highlights tried-and-true solutions that have been given the official stamp of approval by industry practitioners.”
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