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by   |    |   3 minutes  |  in Service Management

Previously, we discussed the importance of delivering seamless customer service throughout the entire service lifecycle. In this blog we’ll discuss a key buzzword for 2018 that impacts everything from machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), virtual collaboration, predictive maintenance, digital supply chain and more! The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing our world and will be…

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by   |    |   4 minutes  |  in Service Management

In my last blog I explained the experience outcome economy using a cup of coffee as an example. In this second blog in the series we will take a look at the first of the buzzwords — ‘seamless’. It might seem a little counter intuitive, but a customer doesn’t care if their printer is working,…

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by   |    |   2 minutes  |  in Service Management

It’s an exciting time to be involved in the service industry, but with so many technology buzzwords flying around—artificial intelligence, cloud, IoT, customer-centric, omni-channel, personalization to name just a few—sometimes it can be difficult to determine which ones matter to your service organization. So I’ve narrowed down what I consider the most important, and the…

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mobile applications for field service management

by   |    |   5 minutes  |  in Business Technology, Mobility, Service Management, Strategy

A mobile application that’s configured to your business needs may be exactly what your field technicians need so that they’re more productive. Let’s face it, your field technicians need to generate revenue. To generate revenue, you need to get the right technicians to a customer site as quickly as possible—and with the right parts necessary…

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field service technicians

by   |    |   4 minutes  |  in Service Management, Strategy

How field service technicians can increase customer satisfaction by providing customers with a voice. Don’t be the field engineer who hits the mute button on your customer. It’s easy to fall into today’s technology trap. The customer reports a symptom, assumes you know the resolution and that you’ll be able to walk right in and…

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