There is a growing demand for greater accuracy, efficiency and customer service in the field service management space, and with those increased demands, field service management software is having to keep up with new features and technology that not only meet the demand, but excel well beyond them.
Topics: field service software
The field service industry is expected to see continued growth straight through to 2025, and plenty of that is being led by field service software and the ability to automate many of the processes of field service work.
Maintenance in the medical device space is a multiple level commitment for any field service company. From typical break and fix repairs, to maintenance schedules and inspections, there are many agreements that can be put in place to repair diagnostic, imaging, surgical, laser and hospital equipment that could potentially be lifesaving.
Would you like to have an advantage over half your competition? Most field service management organizations would jump at that chance, considering the service industry across HVAC, Facilities Management, Fire and Life Safety and IT Services is expected to expand well beyond 2020. 52% of service companies are still doing things manually, with paper, pens, clipboards and filing cabinets, so taking the advantage could be as simple as moving forward with a field service management software.
The new year is right around the corner, so it’s never too early to start thinking of what 2018 will bring for field service management, and what will be the hot topics moving forward. With the field service industry expected to see continuous growth through 2020, 2018 offers field service organizations plenty of time to still get in on the latest technology and innovations to take advantage of the increase in service calls.
What if you could have an advantage over 50% of your competition? Most field serviceorganizations would jump at that chance, considering the service industry across HVAC, Facilities Management, Fire and Life Safety and IT Services is expected to expand well beyond 2020. Having that advantage could be as simple as moving forward with a field service softwaresolution, as 52% of service companies are still doing things manually. Paper, pens, clipboards and filing cabinets, all creating plenty of headaches, while also creating plenty of opportunities for those with a field service software to take advantage of automation and mobility.
Customers today want field service automation. They want machines to do the talking. Rather than waiting for something to break or someone to notice a faulty piece of equipment, the growing trend now is for machines, through sensors, to detect a defect and send a message that it needs to be repaired.