Promotions from Within Your Field Service Ranks

Though it’s been a few years since its release, a 2017 report from The Service Council on a sustainable field service workforce is just as applicable today as it was then. In that report, the Chief Customer Officer described staffing issues within the industry. At the time, he highlighted the impending talent crisis created by…

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Productivity Up & Costs Down with Preventive Maintenance

If employees are the lifeblood of a business, its assets are the heart. For success, both elements must work in tandem. This might look different for each business. For example, employees using shop-owned tools and specialized machinery, or driving fleet vehicles to and from a job. With the potential dangers involved, field service businesses follow…

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The Role of Industry During International Emergencies

Among other things, the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us that we all have a part to play. We’ve committed to staying socially distant and avoiding gatherings that could cause direct exposure to someone carrying the virus. We’ve also aimed to slow the spread by wearing face coverings. We try our best to remain patient when…

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Go Efficiency Hunting with Data Management

While the perception is that businesses are utilizing digitization and automation at every turn, you might be surprised to know that about half are still using manual methods for field service responsibilities. These tasks could include, cycling through the work order process, routing and dispatching, and also, time and expense management. When they rely on…

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Telematics Collaboration: Leadership is Key

Big data has been responsible for the revolutionary overhaul of processes in nearly every industry. Field service management is no different. Data has enabled field service companies to improve operations across multiple disciples within the space. Companies with fleet vehicles have strategically used technology called telematics to upgrade the efficiency and productivity of their work….

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Introducing Cyber Safety Habits to Your Organization

For any field service business, the topic of safety is an important one. These are companies that deal with complex machinery or tools that have the potential to injure a technician. Fortunately, most people in the business understand the inherent risks and proceed accordingly. Still, they may be less aware of their responsibilities when working…

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Servitization: A Trend Your Business Should be Following

Time and again, good customer service has been proven worth its weight in gold. If you need a refresher, check out these stats: 73% of customers remain loyal to a brand because of friendly customer service, 90% of Americans say customer service is a reason to do business with a company and 93% of customers were likely to…

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Six Ways On-the-Job Training Can Benefit Your Company

“Knowledge is power” is a phrase that’s been around for centuries, but it still rings true today. Within the field service industry, knowledge can also represent a number of different things. For technicians specifically, it can mean job satisfaction and security, safety in the workplace, competency, and potential career growth. While not all techs will…

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Navigating Field Service Businesses Through COVID-19

When much of the country shut down due to COVID, many businesses in the field service industry considered themselves lucky. Essential businesses remain open and essential staff remain employed. This helped to insulate them from the type of financial ruin that other sectors have to navigate. Field service businesses were forced to adapt to challenging…

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