Ahead of the 10th Annual Field Service Management Summit 2018 we surveyed 100 field service management professionals from a cross-section of industries across Australia and New Zealand to learn where their businesses are investing time and money, and the ROI they hope to see.
Through an exploration of the local landscape, and key investment priorities like technology, culture and customer experience, this report will uncover key trends in Australia and NZ and discuss which is most useful for building field service management proficiency and driving improved business results.
Field services are in flux, with technology like IoT, drones and virtual reality transforming traditional operations and allowing technicians to move on to more value added tasks. Moreover, in today’s ever connected world where everything is available almost instantly, customer are expecting more from their service providers.
To stay ahead of the competition, and effectively meet changing customer needs, organisations are having to leverage innovative new strategies. Ahead of the 10th Annual Field Service Management Summit 2018 we explore five of these strategies and delve into how each is optimising field services, streamlining operations and improving customer experience.
Organisations must align themselves with these trends in order to remain competitive and fully harness the innovations that the industry boom is generating. Chatting with three members of our expert advisory board ahead of Field Service Management 2019, they each explain how they’re unlocking their field service management capabilities to drive process efficiency and ensure their field staff are well-equipped to perform onsite.
Ahead of Field Service Management 2019, we share with you this industry whitepaper from ServiceMax, one of our proud event partners. This whitepaper covers: