PSIPL is a pioneer in technology deployment in the IFMS space in India, with its full spectrum of services from technical, security, vendor and upkeep management, seamlessly delivered to clients via an app and other digital interfaces for efficient management. The company enjoys one of the sector's highest client retention and contractual longevity rates on account of its unique sustainability oriented offerings. PSIPL has pan India presence across more than 70 cities, and manages diverse facilities ranging from manufacturing, educational institutions, healthcare centres, residential complexes, offices, malls, and large format retail among others.
PSIPL is the first IFM firm in India to be accredited with ISO41001;2018 along with, OHSAS 18001:2007, ISO 45001:2018 EMS 14001:2015 and EnMS 50001:2011 ISO 50001:2018, SA8001:2020 certifications, a testament to our quest for compliance, quality, safety, and environmental sustainability.
The ISO 9001:2015, OHSAS 18001:2007, EMS 14001:2015 and EnMS 50001:2018 certifications are a testament to our quest for quality, safety and environmental sustainability.
Our vision is “To be the first choice in delivering excellence in integrated solutions & experiences”.
One of the biggest challenges facing facilities management companies today is their ability to demonstrate their own strategic importance. Acknowledgement, that well-structured facilities strategies can provide strategic advantages to an organisation is seldom recognised. Unlike many other professional service offerings there are no statutory requirements for types of training and skills, despite the size of budgets controlled and the enormity of the associated risk management obligations.
In India, the facilities profession has been evolving at a fast pace: from a janitorial, order-taking and administrative function; through to a controlling order-giving function; to a two-way dialogue about needs and responses; and, more recently, in some organisations to the role of catalyst to drive change and competitive advantage. The introduction of integrated facility management, along with the demand for services, such as energy management, QHSE compliances and property management strategies, is driving the market towards consolidation. Which is why, the role of the Facility Manager has become extremely crucial and pivotal in this ever-changing, volatile and dynamic environment. This evolution of FM is vital to meet the growing demands of organisations and individuals, whether its employees or clients. Yet, for all facilities management companies to remain relevant they need to understand the business of their offering: how they are defining their business; how are they structuring their operations; how are they communicating; and how they are supporting their customers’ needs.
The ideal facilities relationship model should be focused on establishing a structured, meaningful and collaborative approach to the alignment of the business and facilities strategies. This approach is critical in guiding facilities operatives into broader awareness and better understanding of the business language, parameters and needs. To truly succeed, we must embrace and embed the concept of innovation within our organization as competitive advantage will only be established through excellence in customer value and the ensuing relentless care and attention provided. While customer centricity is an important aspect of our business, equally important is the need to have highly motivated teams who drive and deliver the end experiences of customers. Only driven employees would put in the effort to find better methods to deliver quality output in the most efficient manner possible. To succeed in this fast-changing environment and achieve sustainable top-line growth, the time has come when this journey is clearly a strategic necessity, and all of us need to be clear about where we stand and what steps lay ahead of us.
Let’s Live And Lead From Here!
Continuously improving our solutions and services at every level of the organisation.
Being highly motivated and action-oriented with taking initiatives in ways that show ownership.
Respect For People
Respecting people for their diverse ideas and capabilities that they bring to work.
Being Responsible & Accountable
Being responsible for our actions and for the consequences of our own decisions.
A commitment to common goals based on open and honest communication while showing concern and support for each other.
Being open, committed, forthright and honest to the promises made.
System ISO 14001:2015
System ISO 41001: 2018
Occupational Health and Safety
ISO 45001: 2018
System ISO 9001: 2015
Systems ISO 50001: 2018
Social Responsibility and Compliance
Initiative Management System
SA 8000:2014 & ISO 26000:2010