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Field Service Solution: Part 1

QUES TION # 2:

DO I NEED AN ENTERPRISE LEVEL SOLUTION EVEN IF WE ARE A SMALL COMPANY?

I get this question a lot. There are smaller solutions out there and the only issue is that they limit your growth.

Why would you not want enterprise solutions if they are just as easy to maintain as a limited Single Platform? I do know some companies who are, due to building size and other constraints, unable to grow. But most of the companies out there want to grow. I will always suggest the enterprise level, even if it’s small installations because it works very well and is super-efficient. When adding a new company accusation, Enterprise Solutions make it easier to add to current solutions.

 

For this month, we highlight how to choose the right Field Service Solution for your company. You may already have a solution in mind but you might be confused as to what questions you should be asking to ensure it covers all of your company’s needs. There are a number of questions when it comes to dealing with Field Service Solution but we’ve got it covered by dividing them into different groups. Rest assured that you are in good hands as these are questions from real technicians and executives whom we’ve worked with over the years with our Field Service Solution

Let this month’s posts serve as your guide before you ride the Field Service Solution wave. A good executive knows that when equipped with the right knowledge of something that is foreign and new, they can turn it into a powerful tool that would double their profit while saving time and making not only their team members more efficient but also increase their overall customer satisfaction rate.

QUES TION # 3:

WILL THIS BE HOSTED ON YOUR SERVER? WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES?

Yes, there are quite a few. First off, your current I.T Department will take over responsibility of the server, configuration, sizing, and operation.

 

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