Ongoing control over the various activities is a key factor in ensuring execution, compliance and sustainability. The right level of control allows flags to be raised on time, thus enabling a timely and well prepared response, without imposing unneeded bureaucratic layers which might divert focus and create unnecessary angst. Ramot operates a generic control mechanism over the critical elements of workplace performance through:

  • Supply chain controls
    • Suppliers’ certification (issuing/checkups/validations)and periodical re-evaluation
    • Suppliers’ specific additional certifications for critical or risky delivery (projects, work permit etc…)
    • Legal flow-down clauses to ensure suppliers are committed to deliver clients’ requirements
  • Finance controls 
    • ‘Offer > Procure > Pay’ cycles are designed to raise both financial and delivery flags, as well as, being aligned with clients’ cycles and approval processes and IFRS and SOX compliancy requirements
    • Budget versus Actual reports are produced regularly and are transparent to the clients. A very detailed line-items systems, aligned with BOMA, enable to drill down to every expense and help understand gaps in an easy manner
  • Service Delivery controls
    • Planned delivery schedules – PPM, Frequency plans, predictive maintenance
    • Audits and quality checks
    • Control Outputs are collected into a CMMS system (client or Ramot’s) and analyzed periodically
  • Performance controls
    • KPI – we have developed a set of internal KPI for each site, which focuses on the critical delivery elements and the health & safety indicators. These KPIs are analyzed for each site in each quarter and are fully transparent to the client
    • Along with the Ramot’s KPI system, we naturally operate and manage our clients’ KPI processes (if applicable)
    • Critical Monitoring – critical sustainability elements are mapped and monitored both within the KPI and separately, in order to ensure any red flags are raised as soon as possible. Such critical elements include critical systems, certifications etc..