Four Reasons Your Utility Should Move to Software

Four Reasons Your Utility Should Move to Software

Gone are the days of providers resting on their laurels and built-in customer bases just because they can. Today’s utilities recognize that customers demand more than ever before. The way to accommodate that demand is through operational changes that improve the customer experience. They also act as a conduit to newfound efficiency and cost savings….

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Integrate Technology into Post-COVID Planning

Integrate Technology into Post-COVID Planning

We’re now some 15 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and for the first time, there appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel. The vaccine is readily available and more people are returning to work, though most utilities never shut down. Deemed essential workers, utility employees bravely pushed forward in their jobs…

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Software Platform Selection for Your Energy Company: What to Ask Before You Buy

Software Platform Selection for Your Energy Company: What to Ask Before You Buy

Software Platforms: Customized or Off-the-Shelf? As an energy executive, you don’t have a thousand hours to spend customizing essential software. It’s a crucial step, though, and if you settle for an off-the-shelf version, it’s unlikely the software will meet your needs — not to mention the millions in add-on fees you could accrue by retrofitting…

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Field Service Scheduling Is Good Customer Care

Field Service Scheduling Is Good Customer Care

Many different variables can play a role in a field service manager’s journey toward improving customer service and reducing waste.  But regardless of the path taken along that journey, the destination must include job completion to the satisfaction of the customer. In fact, research has shown that 76 percent of customers report they’re willing to switch…

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4 Simple Measures for Fleet Management Cost Reduction

4 Simple Measures for Fleet Management Cost Reduction

Fleet management includes a wide array of responsibilities critical to the longevity and track of your fleet. Managers hire and oversee employee drivers.  They carry out onboarding, training protocols, establish and ensure legal compliance, and maintain expense and vehicle records. Fleet managers work with drivers, maintenance technicians, and human resources employees every week, sometimes multiple…

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How a Fleet Management System Can Boost Safety

How a Fleet Management System Can Boost Safety

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports that motor vehicle crashes cause fatalities at a rate of 11 per 100,000. Many of those accidents occur during peak workday travel times and with company vehicles.  For managers who oversee company fleets, a thorough safety and training program can be instrumental in preventing these accidents. In addition…

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Digital Twins Inform Operational Decisions & Increase Predictive Analytics Value

Digital Twins Inform Operational Decisions & Increase Predictive Analytics Value

Digital twin technology has gained steady attention from utilities in the past five years. The term “digital twin” has existed for over a decade, used mainly in highly technical engineering projects. So, what is a digital twin? The term applies to a variety of different simulation technologies, but “digital twins” primarily describes AI models of…

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Mobile Connectivity: Changing the Construction Industry

Mobile Connectivity: Changing the Construction Industry

Several reports show that mobile device ownership will keep climbing. In fact, some reports have pegged the number of mobile devices operating worldwide to grow by nearly 4 billion devices between 2020 and 2024. Our world is already consumed with mobile phones and new technology. While almost everyone has a personal device, it’s logical to…

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Protect Construction Workers & Assets with FSM Software

Protect Construction Workers & Assets with FSM Software

The construction industry is a major cog in the U.S. economic machine, with more than 7 million employees creating almost $1.3 trillion worth of structures each year. There are nearly 700,000 construction companies in the country. These vary in size, scope, and function, but they all share some commonalities. These include potentially damaging safety issues…

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