PPG launches commercial services platform

PPG Services connects pro painters with commercial projects.

BY HBSDealer Staff

PPG has launched PPG Services, a digitally-enabled service platform that connects commercial facilities with established professional painters.

The service is designed for commercial businesses with multiple locations across a national footprint, such as commercial property managers for large retail, office, and hospitality chains, and third-party facility management companies.

“Our customers are looking for a simpler resource to manage ongoing general painting maintenance across their multiple facilities,” said Tim Knavish, PPG senior vice president, global architectural coatings. “PPG Services builds on our long-term growth strategy to deliver differentiated digital solutions for key customers. The system simplifies the project management process; provides small and medium-sized painting firms access to more jobs; allows these painters to grow their business; and connects commercial customers with a marketplace of established professional painters.”

Through PPG Services, the company will deliver a comprehensive, one-stop service powered by proprietary technology from Paintzen, a tool that connects painters with home and business owners for residential and multi-site commercial painting projects. The service also provides efficiency, speed.

“We’re always excited about businesses that continue to bring innovation to the industry, and the PPG Services offering brings better data, insights and transparency to our national painting program, including how we make decisions,” said Robert Drake, director, facilities, Murphy Oil USA, and participant in a recent PPG Services pilot. “The project management tools and technology offered make the whole process more seamless for our team. It allows us to plan ahead and budget more efficiently for future painting work and other maintenance needs. We are very much looking forward to working more closely with PPG Services.”


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