Maintaining even a small vehicle fleet or field staff often entails considerable expense. Field management software can be a key asset for business owners seeking to minimize overhead and operational costs. The following list highlights some of the ways that a digital dispatch and automated management process can help organizations to make the most of their existing staff and resources.
Even something as mundane as a flat tire can play havoc on a delivery schedule, especially for organizations that fail to utilize field management software as part of their dispatch process. From being able to locate a fleet vehicle in the field to updating delivery times or rerouting other crews to pick up the slack, feature-rich digital applications help ensure that breakdowns and other mechanical issues are more easily addressed. The following list illustrates some of the ways automated software systems may be of value.
Do you run a small but growing business that involves sending your staff out into the field? Whether you are plumbers, window cleaners, electricians, document destruction specialists, or any other service business, if growth has taken you to a level where you are now overwhelmed and disorganized and you do everything manually and on paper, field management software could be what you need. Field service management software can help you in the following ways.
In the modern business environment, entrepreneurs have more reason to have field operatives than ever before. There is a lot of dependence on technology to ensure that all business activities work together in harmony without having to wait for extended periods before employees can submit their findings. The most significant benefit lies in the automated field management software which fast-tracks the sales process. In this guide, we look at the tips to consider before you purchase or develop a field management system in Canada.
After the success of global positioning system in mapping the world, tech companies are now turning their attention to indoor navigation. The race to create the perfect indoor positioning system is on with tech giants like Google and Apple spearheading…
Finding your way in a strange city is nowadays relatively easy even when you do not have anyone to guide you, thanks to the use of Global Positioning System (GPS) technology. The technology provides pretty accurate results, but it requires direct line of sight between satellites and receiving devices. This means that it does not work indoors. According to Prof. Kaveh Pahlavan, indoor navigation is very tricky.
Global positioning systems (GPS) and geo-location have just taken the next step, allowing for indoor navigation, indoor positioning, indoor analytics and indoor mapping. This could be quite useful for package delivery workers or airline passengers. People might never get lost…