Industries such as Logistics, E-commerce, Travel & Transport, employ a big chunk of their task-force to work in the field, who carry-out company’s flagship service. Often times, the team even works in other parts of the world. Such scenarios create management gray areas, where managers have no clue of the job status and possible risks. Field workers, on the other hand, have no clue how to fix those possible risks and of further assignments. Once, out on the field, the next strategy could only be planned after field force report back. However, this is not the case with companies who take advantage of FarEye – a field service management software.
When it comes to managing big field data, there’s hardly any better solution than a cloud-enabled mobile field service management software. Deliberately designed to bridge the gap between managers/decision-makers and field force, FarEye brings the whole company on the same page. This enables companies to fully optimize their field force; at the same time, give complete control of workflow to the managers. Furthermore, with mobile and cloud-enabled features, the software made all field data available at your fingertips, 24/7.
Insightful Statistics on Field Service Technology:
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FarEye connects the dots of different aspects of field service management, thereby producing a cohesive and comprehensive picture of the workflow. It gives the competitive advantage a business needs to have an edge over its competitors. Today, FarEye has emerged to be one of the best field service management software, helping businesses from around the globe in improving their productivity, sales
* Field Technologies Magazine (http://goo.gl/MGgQrJ)
** RapidValue Solutions (http://goo.gl/ywaEyo)
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† Field Technologies Magazine (http://goo.gl/MGgQrJ)
With a vision to bring uniformity across the nation, Government of India is rolling out e-Way bill from February 1, 2018. This means that the transporters will no longer need separate transit passes for moving goods from one state to another.
To optimize delivery, a last mile delivery software should be able to add events, sub-processes, and gateways on the fly. It should be flexible enough to adapt to changing delivery needs as well.
In today’s world where we exist with the Amazonss of the world and where drones and parcel-lockers have hit the industry before they were expected, business leaders today will not find any better opportunity to network with peers and learn the new -age technologies shaping up.