Utilities Space: Build a Flexible Business Model that Supports Technological Innovation

Utilities Space: Build a Flexible Business Model that Supports Technological Innovation

In 2015, U.S. utility companies spent over $100 billion on capital expenditures. The majority of those resources went specifically to investments in the grid. These companies poured money into assets and infrastructure, energy generation and distribution, and the slew of cutting-edge hardware and software that are hitting the industry at a nationwide level. What’s more,…

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How to Use Digital Twins to Inform Operational Decisions & Increase Predictive Analytics Value

How to Use Digital Twins to Inform Operational Decisions & Increase Predictive Analytics Value

The technology only started regaining attention in the utilities industry a year or two ago—technically, the term has been around for over a decade—but digital twins are already gaining significant inroads among major corporations and their executives. According to consulting firm Accenture, nearly half of utility executives are now using digital twins to sharpen their…

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How to Select the Best Work Order Management Tool

How to Select the Best Work Order Management Tool

Work orders keep tens of millions of American workers in utilities, facilities management, HVAC, and other field services on track every day.  “Work order management” refers to a company’s set of processes and procedures for handling work orders, from creation to completion.  A work order management tool is a system or platform that a company…

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Field Service Scheduling for Emergencies

Field Service Scheduling for Emergencies

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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How a Fleet Management System Can Boost Safety

How a Fleet Management System Can Boost Safety

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that motor vehicle crashes happen every five seconds. 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 to stressing defensive driving, properly…

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Collect & Analyze Data with Fleet Monitoring Software

Collect & Analyze Data with Fleet Monitoring Software

The presence of data affects our personal decisions daily.  For instance, you’re likely to see someone in Florida leaving the house in the summer with an umbrella.  Facts and statistics tell us that the Sunshine State isn’t always so sunny—particularly from June through August.  As a result, Floridians have learned to prepare and adapt to…

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Prioritize Vehicle Health with Fleet Maintenance

Prioritize Vehicle Health with Fleet Maintenance

Of the 16 million new cars and light trucks sold annually in the U.S., nearly 20 percent are fleet vehicles.  For the rental car companies, government agencies and private businesses who buy them, these vehicles are crucial for business operations.  While businesses have long debated the financial merits of leasing versus buying vehicles, there are…

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How a Fleet Tracking System Connects the Field and Office

How a Fleet Tracking System Connects the Field and Office

Leading a team of geographically-dispersed employees?  Now that’s a real challenge that can make overseeing your employees’ behavior nearly impossible. However, modern technology has made it easier to more effectively manage remote or field employees. For example, one of the most helpful tools you could add to your toolkit is a fleet tracking system. Modern technology…

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How Fleet Managers Succeed: 3 Ways to Win

How Fleet Managers Succeed: 3 Ways to Win

Fleet managers know: If there’s one feature that all utility companies have in common, it’s the importance of highly dependable, well-maintained vehicles. The transportation of technicians, engineers, and installation professionals is part of what makes field service possible. 3 Ways to Win A fleet manager willing to interpret data and adapt their fleet accordingly can be…

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