• Manufacturing - The Move To Servitization And Circularity

    The servitization megatrend is upon us. Industrial machine manufacturing companies are adding service revenue streams and changing their business models, usually to augment but sometimes to replace product-based business, in an aim to win and retain their customers and markets. This, coupled with the trend of moving away from a linear economy to a circular one, is changing the thinking of leading manufacturers of industrial machinery.

  • Transforming The Service Supply Chain: Reverse Logistics Is No Longer An Aftermarket Activity

    Ally Pinder, Program Director, Service Innovation and Connected Products at IDC explains why and how reverse logistics is critical to the customer experience and the service life cycle in the latest ‘IDC Technology Spotlight’ sponsored by IFS.

  • Increase The Mobility Of Your Sales Force Through A Mobile Sales Platform

    A mobile sales platform can take your sales team a long way in terms of engaging prospects and conversion rates. Digital platforms and technology increase the mobility of all departments, and sales is a core component of any company. Monitoring the productivity of sales reps through an app installed on their phones can help improve the pace of sales operations. Productivity metrics, sales data, and relevant trends can be analyzed to ensure that sales operations are running smoothly.

  • North America Enterprise Mobility Market Size To Record Remarkable Growth USD 3.5 Billion By 2026

    According to a recent study from market research firm Graphical Research, the North America enterprise mobility market size is poised to expand at substantial CAGR during the forecast period. Bullish adoption of mobility solutions across BFSI, healthcare, manufacturing and retail sectors will spur North America enterprise mobility market volume. An exponential rise in data breaches has propelled the demand for enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions. Similarly, a surge in the mobile workforce within organizations to enhance workforce productivity will bolster the product demand.

  • Does Your Field Service Organization Show And Tell?

    The way your field service technicians learn, work and communicate is changing. A recent study from Techsmith found that millennials are more visually minded than previous generations.


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  • The Field Service Manager Feedback Dilemma

    Field service managers need data to coach their teams in order to continually improve their service levels. But a quarter trillion surveys a year are causing record survey fatigue and as a result field service programs are failing. The results are lower quality feedback laced with complaints, which carries the threat of killing employee morale at a time when service expectations are higher than ever.

  • Salesforce Field Service: Built For Change

    Tap into the latest innovations from Salesforce Field Service, built on the Customer 360. Unleash Salesforce Field Service to manage the changing needs of your business. Scale across the globe with automated scheduling built on Hyperforce. Empower trailblazers and partners to extend the mobile experience for every mobile worker. Build trust with effortless customer experiences such as self-service scheduling and 2-way video support.

  • Digitally Transforming Field Operations With The Power Of Location

    You need to know what is happening in the field, where work is being done and needs to be done. Staying current on field activities can be a hit and miss exercise, but it doesn’t have to be. ArcGIS field apps help you use the power of location to achieve improved coordination and greater operational efficiencies in field workforce activities. Watch this on-demand session to learn how the power of location can help you


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