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Disconnected Mobile Workers: A Bottom-Up Proof That Purpose-Built Devices Are Better
Disconnected Mobile Workers: A Bottom-Up Proof That Purpose-Built Devices Are Better

There seems to be a majority consensus (80%) among global enterprise executives that mobility is a “key enabler of reaching business goals”. In fact, more than 50% of senior executives intend to expand their mobile workforce in the coming months according to a recent study conducted by WBR Digital and commissioned by NetMotion.

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How FSOs Are Taking Steps To Rebound From A Disappointing 2016

2017 brings significant changes in how field service organizations (FSOs) are managing operations.

Mobilizing Inspections Saves $40,000

A new mobile application has reduced inspection reporting processing from 30 minutes down to 5 for a municipal utility.

Vivint Smart Home Solves The Field Communication Conundrum

A new communications platform has contributed to a 50 percent improvement in employee engagement and a 37 percent reduction in time to service.

Enterprise Computing In The Palm Of Your Hand

Field service technicians have always been on the leading edge of mobile technology deployments. In many industries, technicians now carry enough mobile gadgets to make Batman envious — tablets, notebook computers, smartphones, mobile printers, and (in some cases) specialized devices such as electronic meters or other test equipment.

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  • 6 Steps To World Class Field Service Mobility
    6 Steps To World Class Field Service Mobility

    In this on-demand webinar you will hear from one of your field service peers, Greg Dykes, Manager of Technical Services at Davey Tree. Greg shares his success story on how to maintain an efficient and secure mobile field service operation from the network to the vehicles to the mobile devices. You will also hear from Alex Torkaman, Solutions Development Manager at Apple who will join Greg in sharing six keys steps to take your field services to the next level.

  • End-to-End Field Service Management, Managing A Service Business In Software
    End-to-End Field Service Management, Managing A Service Business In Software

    Field service management software is sometimes seen as a point solution used to manage tasks completed by technicians in the field. Progressive companies, however, know they require end-to-end field service management that should encompass and optimize all aspects of the service delivery process in order to maximize margin and customer satisfaction. When service is more than an afterthought, and is a core factor in your P&L and go-to-market strategy, you need a more comprehensive approach.

  • How A Mobile Communication Platform Helped Turn BioTek’s Service Techs Into Superheros
    How A Mobile Communication Platform Helped Turn BioTek’s Service Techs Into Superheros

    In the service world, customers are king. Quick communication can mean the difference between a happy customer or an unsatisfied one.  For service techs on site, bringing the knowledge of the entire service team can be the key to fixing an issue in minutes, instead of a second trip.  Enter a mobile communication platform.  Imagine sending a text or photo to the entire service team and getting your question answered in seconds!  It’s like the ‘Bat Phone’ for service.

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  • Trimble Ranger 3 Rugged Handheld Computer
    Trimble Ranger 3 Rugged Handheld Computer The Trimble® Ranger™ 3 computer is designed to withstand the elements and survive the stress of working outdoors. The Ranger 3 series is tested to rigorous military standards for temperature extremes, drops, vibration, humidity and altitude.
  • Everest E2000 Industrial Computer
    Everest E2000 Industrial Computer Windows CE is the operating system of choice for leading warehouse and distribution centers. Ideal for thin client, HTML, and remote desktop applications; the Everest E2000 industrial computer is designed for vehicle and fixed-mount industrial applications.
  • XSLATE R12 Rugged Tablet PC
    XSLATE R12 Rugged Tablet PC

    Think you need a desktop, laptop, and tablet to excel at the tasks you complete in the office, in-vehicle, and in the field? You don’t...anymore. You just need the highly mobile, extremely flexible and always resilient Xplore XSLATE® R12 tablet PC. The transformational 2 in 1 device gives you all the high performance capabilities and complete computing functions you need in a single platform. You’ll have the right connectivity and ergonomics for a quick transition from the field to a full desktop computing experience – and the most conveniently stored Companion Keyboard on the market. It's fast to deploy when you want a notebook, and even easier to store when you don't. This makes the XSLATE R12 much more evolved than traditional detachable tablets, improving upon its own award-winning R12-series predecessor.

  • Motion Computing Motion C5: Mobile Tablet PC
    Motion Computing Motion C5: Mobile Tablet PC The Motion C5, the first mobile clinical assistant (MCA) that integrates technology from Intel® Health, combines durable design elements with key data capture technologies to simplify workflows, increase productivity, and improve overall quality of care. Designed based on input from thousands of clinicians, the C5 brings reliable, automated patient data management directly to the point of care. Get a handle on patient care with the C5. It’s highly portable and lightweight.
  • xTablet T1500
    xTablet T1500

    The xTablet T1500 is engineered for mobile workers looking for improvements to their operational productivity and efficiency. The xTablet T1500 features a large, 10.1” display with many other state-of-the-art features and functions. Inside is an Intel BayTrail-T processor along with 2GB of RAM running Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, which is adequate horsepower to handle your enterprise software, security and standard Windows applications.

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