In the world of field service management, face-to-face service is mission-critical. In fact, it’s a leading competitive differentiator. When customers require in-person service for routine machine maintenance or to fix equipment, mobile workers bridge the divide between your company and your customers.
For most people and organizations, 2020 goals and objectives have been set. For service leaders, this typically means increasing productivity at a lower cost, upping service revenue and product up-sells, and improving the customer experience. Being able to engage your field service workforce is critical in achieving these goals, as these frontline workers are typically the ones who bear the burden of executing on your goals and objectives.
It wasn’t that long ago that the first computers were limited to a few specific applications. By 1996, they were capable of outflanking one of the greatest chess players ever. Today, they are fundamentally altering the way we live and work.