HySeDi breaks new ground
100 years of sanitation hygiene & service standstill !
Consequences: Poor hygiene, costly service, hardly any control possibilities, cost-intensive administration, incorrect ordering, high delivery costs. And since 2016 it is known (RKI quote): "The sink drain is an open pathogen reservoir of fecal and oral flora."
The founder of HySeDi, Egon Jung, has observed and analyzed these problems for many years as a manager in large catering establishments, at service providers and suppliers, and has developed digital designs and solutions from this experience.
At the University of Passau, he received the necessary input over many years. Since no one except the chancellor knew why Mr. Jung was at lectures, in the BiBs and of course at the CafeBar almost every day for several years, and was invited to exclusive lectures, the wildest rumors circulated. At the same time, a high-caliber network of employees, students, PhD students, doctors and professors was created, which has since been expanded to include WERK1 (Munich) and the BioPark Regensburg.
The biggest challenge, besides the rapid developments, was to keep the costs for partners low. However, it soon became apparent that the comprehensive optimizations significantly reduced costs. At HySeDi, this requires extensive knowledge, time and enormous capital expenditure.
With perfect toilets, you don't win customers, guests, employees, or cure patients. But if neglected, you lose them; vandalism increases. Restrooms are a cost and risk factor, and together we reduce both.
We all use restrooms every day, and have had "bad" experiences. Let's put an end to it.