Delivering Real Time, Data Driven Solutions in Field Operations to Improve the Customer Experience 

15-16 October 2020  |  ONLINE EVENT  |  8:50am-1:00pm AEDT

Whitepapers, Reports and Articles

Survival Guide for Field Service Management in the Age of Coronavirus

The outbreak of the coronavirus has introduced new threats and barriers to the Field Service community, as well as a shifting of priorities that were not there one month ago. Through using AI and automation, field workers have been able to complete a higher portion of jobs from remote locations, utilise new predicative maintenance tools as well as serve their customers in new, more efficient ways.

There are many learning organisations will take with them post coronavirus. Depending upon the industry, these will range from the adjustments made to the on-field workforce, the utilisation of new technologies, to perhaps event driving closer relationships with contact centres.

This report is a practical guide for business leaders and FSM professionals looking for ways to adapt and safeguard their operations and field service delivery models. Collaborating with FSM leaders across the globe, this report will teach you:

  • The New Rules of Field Service Management: Challenges, Implications & Impact
  • Adjusting to the Times: Changing Your Field Service Operating Models
  • Putting Together a Crisis Communication Plan for Your Customers and Teams
  • The Employee Experience: How to Keep Your Teams Engaged, Productive & Supported
  • A 5 Step Takeaway Guide on How to De-Risk Your Field Service Function

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Building Field Service Proficiency: Challenges,Opportunities and Strategic Investments

Building Field Service Proficiency: Challenges,Opportunities and Strategic Investments

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.   

For the Sponsors -  Building Field Service Proficiency: Challenges, Opportunities & Strategic Investments

For the Sponsors - Building Field Service Proficiency: Challenges, Opportunities & Strategic Investments

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.   

5 Strategies Australian Organisations are Leveraging to Optimise Field Services

5 Strategies Australian Organisations are Leveraging to Optimise Field Services

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. 

Meet the 2019 Advisory Board: Insights from Our Field Service Experts

Meet the 2019 Advisory Board: Insights from Our Field Service Experts

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.

FSM 2018 - Post Show Report

FSM 2018 - Post Show Report

FSM is A/NZ’s largest and best attended field service management event. As the landmark 10th anniversary, it was only fitting that this year’s event surpassed all expectations by attracting over 200 participants. I am very excited to see how the 2019 FSM conference will shape up and how we can continue to take it to new heights.

The Global Field Service Management Market is set for rapid growth and is expected to reach over AUD 9 Billion by 2023. This is fueled by AR and VR, Automation, Real Time Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Drones. It is an exciting time for the industry as more organisations embrace mobility in a bid to improve productivity, lower operational costs and deliver customer centric services.
Accelerate Your Field Service Outcomes With Mobility

Accelerate Your Field Service Outcomes With Mobility

Ahead of Field Service Management 2019, we share with you this industry whitepaper from ServiceMax, one of our proud event partners. This whitepaper covers:

  • Key Drivers for Field Service Mobility
  • Choosing the Right Field Service Mobile Solution
  • How Mobility is a Strategic Force