TOMI Service Network brings SteraMist™ BIT™ to facilities across the country

TOMI Service Network brings SteraMist™ BIT™ to facilities across the country

The U.S. is a huge country that contains widely different communities, climates, geography and regulations. That means any product or service to be rolled out on a national scale must contend with these differences or else risk failing to effectively reach certain demographics and regions. In theory, this is what the American political system sets out to accomplish – regional Representatives and Senators who do their constituency’s bidding at the national level.

Whether or not those politicians carry out that task is up for debate, but the concept can be successfully applied to other arenas. For companies with versatile and highly effective disinfection products to offer, using the regional representative method will allow vendors to supply the service in a way that makes sense for their communities’ specific needs. TOMI Environmental Solutions, Inc. has taken this approach to make sure every facility in every part of the country receives the solutions it needs. To elaborate further, consider a few of these fundamental questions and answers.

“Regional providers can implement SteraMist™ BIT™ in situations where time is of the essence.”

What is the TSN?
The TOMI Service Network is the system through which TOMI Environmental Solutions, Inc. distributes its products. TOMI’s SteraMist™ BIT™ is a hospital-grade disinfectant with a wide range of uses, but in specific communities, some of those applications may be more appropriate than others. By allowing Primary Service Providers to tout the products’ specific uses relative to the needs of the area, TOMI can better guarantee no one misses out on an available solution. Plus, these regional providers can use their local clout and expertise to quickly train and implement SteraMist™ BIT™ in situations where time is of the essence.

Why is that important for the end user?
Communities need to have easy access to the best new systems in disinfection – without having to wait for an item to ship from across the country, in some cases. Not only that, those users must have the necessary training services to make sure they use SteraMist™ BIT™ properly. It isn’t a difficult system to implement, but things like that should never be left up to trial-and-error. Furthermore, as previously mentioned, these Primary Service Providers will know what the area needs better than TOMI can on its own. That means understanding the high-risk areas, the top priorities and the regional circumstances. For example, the providers in New Orleans will understand how hurricane season can cause flooding and water damage, which will promote mold growth. Meanwhile, a provider in California may be more attuned to fire damage cleanup or reconstruction after earthquakes.

Regional providers bring SteraMist™ BIT™ to local communities.

For which facilities is TOMI SteraMist™ BIT™ effective?
As a hospital-grade disinfectant, most people would presume – correctly – that TOMI’s SteraMist™ BIT™ is ideally suited for use in a healthcare setting. But the applications don’t stop there. Because the product is available as both a handheld, point-and-spray unit and as a complete room fogging system, SteraMist™ BIT™ can be used in facilities of all shapes, sizes and environments. Gymnasiums and athletic centers can use the product preemptively to keep equipment clean or as a way of stopping a viral breakout. Schools and nurseries can keep kids from spreading germs by applying SteraMist™ BIT™ on a regular basis. Nursing homes can keep their rooms clean and even eliminate odor.

Some people say great leaders know how to delegate responsibility – the same can be said of savvy organizations. By relying on licensed providers, TOMI Environmental Solutions can alleviate some of the difficulties involved in making sure its products get into the hands of everyone who can use them, along with the training and services to go with it. It’s just another way TOMI puts the needs of its users first.