How Enterprise Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and the Consumerization of Software will Revolutionize Manufacturing.
Smart machines are everywhere -- in our homes, our driveways, even our power grids and assembly lines. The number of connected devices has almost doubled over the last three years, from 15 billion in 2015 to more than 25 billion today. By 2025, that number is expected to eclipse 75 billion.
Predictive maintenance is the future of field service — and it just may be here. Here’s what you need to know about implementing predictive maintenance in your organization.
TruGreen faces a massive field service and route management challenge every day. The Memphis, TN-based company merged with Scotts LawnService in 2016, creating the largest lawn care company in North America. The company serves more than 2.3 million residential and commercial customers in the U.S. and Canada and operates 315 branches and 40 franchise locations. Its fleet of 7,000 vehicles is routed to more than 100,000 jobs every day.
Field Technologies talks with Mike Rysavy of PCM about going above and beyond for customers with the help of an ITSM platform that enables proactive service delivery and rapid execution.
More changes have occurred in the field service management (FSM) segment in the past 12 months than in the previous 12 years. And the changes — or what I like to refer to as the “deltas” — are only going to manifest themselves faster and more pervasively in the next 12 months moving forward. This is truly the era of change for FSM, as well as for the services organizations in the industry.
Economic, revenue, and investment outook optimism inspires these 8 strategic priorities among field service executives.
Customer service expectations have changed dramatically over the past decade as more consumers have embraced the type of on-demand, instant-gratification approach of companies like Uber, Amazon, and Apple. For field service organizations, that means customers (and employees, for that matter) have high expectations when it comes to timeliness, reliability, visibility, and communication.
Technology has transformed the way people interact with service. With the rise of chatbots and AI functionality, customers expect on-demand service whenever and wherever they are. However, there’s a delicate balance to maintain when some customers still have a preference or require a live agent for support. How can businesses provide the freedom of self-service, without sacrificing the customer experience and your support team’s efficiency?
Customers today demand a lot — because they can. If you don’t deliver personalized service at every step of the customer journey, they’ll drop you faster than you can say “turnover.”
Even the world’s best service organizations are tackling a new generation of field service challenges. One of the major challenges is keeping up with trends without compromising the bottom line. You owe it to yourself to take a few minutes and a step back to evaluate the fundamentals of service organizations that will allow your businesses to thrive - no matter the technological advancements ahead.
The best way to learn how your peers are successfully leveraging M2M/IoT within their organizations is from those peers themselves. This special report features firsthand insight from companies that have been through the IoT selection and deployment process and are reaping the benefits.
Today Owlcam, the leading AI-powered crash-detecting dash cam offering real-time video protection for people, cars and trucks, announced two new products: Owlcam Pro, which protects professionals and small businesses, as well as Owlcam+ for video-integrated fleet management and telematics solutions.
Phobio, the omni-channel trade-in service that allows for simplified consumer and business technology device upgrades, today announced the spin-off of its Rodio product as a separate company.