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Consumer research has shown that about a third of all online shoppers have had packages stolen from their front door by “porch pirates.” This is one of the reasons why
Service calls can be stressful for customers. They have to take time out of their day to be home and be ready when a plumber, HVAC repairman, electrician, or another type of field service technician arrives to
The Field Services Talent Gap and How to Mitigate It As the field services industry continues to emerge from the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic, the pool of service workers
At this point, it’s safe to say that field services hasn’t just changed – it’s done so permanently. Over the last few years in particular, the importance of quality customer
The summer is heating up and your phone is blowing up with calls from customers in need of fast service for their HVAC systems. It’s no wonder there’s such a
Whenever you see a situation involving poor services in the field services segment, you’re typically looking at two key contributing factors. The first involves customers who are spending far too
Today, companies are facing unique challenges. The Great Resignation saw a lot of talented employees leave the workforce, and many of them have been hesitant to return. Now, there is
As customer expectations rise, so does the demand for business insights/data. In the last decade, location intelligence has become more important than ever! Using location intelligence for businesses allows companies
Last Mile Carrier Tracking & the Last Mile Carrier, What’s the Difference? Last mile carrier tracking is a process that allows businesses to track their shipments from the moment they
It can be difficult to maintain normal operations during staff and supply shortages. Implementing an IVR system is critical to meeting customer demands and keeping operational costs in check. Additionally,