The tools you need to create accountability and manage performance. Explore nFACT >> nFACT helps large and midsize enterprises to manage the end-to-end process of vetting, managing, and evaluating building contractors.

Why do you need nFACT? Learn More >> Today, most businesses outsource the majority of their physical security services, sometimes across thousands of security contractors.
Yet, there is no definitive system for benchmarking contractor qualifications or managing their performance over time.

Businesses commonly operate with:

We are dealing with thousands of companies serving our properties around the world. I have no idea if they are properly insured, have real teams and leadership or anything else. I need a way to really have confidence in the contractors we work with across our portfolio.

Chief Security Officer

Top 5 Global Real Estate Firm

nFACT Will Help You:

Mitigate Risks

Our team verifies each security contractor’s qualifications to offer services in the enrolled lines of business. This typically includes good standing with relevant government licensing agencies and implementation of relevant industry standards.

Increase Transparency

Consolidate your network of certified vendors into one centralized system. Have peace of mind that contract employees are properly trained and equipped for the services they provide.


nFact certification helps enterprises feel confident in choosing building contractors who satisfy industry standards on known best practices and documentation standards. When your contractors become nFact certified, you build the foundation for trusted business-vendor partnerships.

Performance Assurance

nFact Performance Assurance scoring provides the ultimate level of transparency between the hiring business and service provider, allowing for performance measurement by service, projects, lines of business, and geography.


Reduce Costs

Have an aggregate picture of relevant assets at your fingertips to compute accurate costs, identify inefficiencies, and improve operational processes.