3 Ways to Simplify Enterprise Intelligence Analysis

Posted by Oren Cohen

Wed, Feb 26, 2014

It's not enough to just collect data. In order to get the true value of enterprise intelligence, you need to understand that data and act on it at exactly the right time. That will give you the biggest impact on performance.

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Tags: Trends in Enterprise Mobility, Developments in Field Service Management

Leaky Profits: The Importance of Automation in the Water Sector

Posted by Oren Cohen

Tue, Feb 11, 2014

Water Stress is Happening Now in the World’s 8th Ranking Economy - California. The fact that weather is erratic is clearly seen in California’s current drought situation. Seventeen rural communities are likely to be severely short of water for the next four months. Many communities have water shortages that predate the current drought.

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Tags: Enterprise Asset Management, Developments in Field Service Management

Critical Asset Management: 3 Tips For Success

Posted by Keith Doherty

Fri, Feb 07, 2014

Critical asset management is a challenge for most enterprises. Don't let your operations go awry by missing out on these three enterprise work management optimization tips:

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Tags: Enterprise Asset Management, Developments in Field Service Management

Top Six Service Trends for Utility Providers in 2014

Posted by Keith Doherty

Fri, Jan 24, 2014

Utility providers are reacting to increased competition by providing more services than ever before. They are looking for more and better ways to make customers happy.

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Tags: Trends in Enterprise Mobility, Developments in Field Service Management

3 Ways to Make Sense of Big Data in Field Service Management

Posted by David Alazraki

Tue, Jan 21, 2014

Much has been written about the value of Big Data. Big Data is basically a high-volume information asset that demand cost-effective and innovative forms of information processing for effective decision making.

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Tags: Workforce Management Tips, Developments in Field Service Management

A New Year for Field Service Management: 4 Resolutions

Posted by Ross Carman

Fri, Jan 10, 2014

This is the time of year when everybody makes resolutions for improvements, and field service organizations are no exception. Instead of resolving to lose weight or workout more, field service companies should aim to adopt resolutions that will help them achieve an increased revenue and happier customers.

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Tags: Field Service Management for Enterprise, Developments in Field Service Management

10 Perks of An Automated Shift Roster

Posted by Oren Cohen

Wed, Jan 08, 2014

Scheduling optimization has an immediate impact on your bottom line. A multitude of industries from software to energy to wireless services are schedule oriented and require excellent planning to meet product deadlines.

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Tags: Field Service Management for Enterprise, Developments in Field Service Management

Year of the Wood Horse: 5 Field Service Management Challenges in 2014

Posted by Keith Doherty

Mon, Dec 30, 2013

The year 2014 is the year of the horse, according to Chinese astrologers. In that astrological understanding of the world, 2014 will be typified by traits including perceptiveness, talent, ingenuity and cooperation.

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Tags: Field Service Management for Enterprise, Developments in Field Service Management

A 2013 Retrospective: Top 7 Trends in Mobile Workforce Management

Posted by Erez Glinansky

Thu, Dec 26, 2013

It’s nearing the end of another year that promised and delivered inundated new technologies to aid in the creation of a more efficient future. The field service industry truly picked up the pace in 2013 with advanced improvements that are changing the way the industry operates – and for the better!

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Tags: Field Service Management for Enterprise, Developments in Field Service Management

3 Steps To Building Corporate Social Responsibility Through Enterprise Mobility

Posted by Ross Carman

Tue, Dec 17, 2013

Corporate Social Responsibility – it's a term that's been used to describe corporate attitudes and behaviors since the 1960's. It has often described the actions companies take to voluntarily address issues ranging from environmental topics to human rights, social welfare and philanthropic matters.

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Tags: Enterprise Mobility, Developments in Field Service Management