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Los Gatos, CA (February 12, 2013) – MobileFrame LLC, provider of the only cross-device mobile application development platform that requires no custom coding to develop custom mobile apps, announces that Phoenix Recycling Inc. has chosen MobileFrame to automate their field service applications.
Based in Canada, Phoenix Recycling specializes in document destruction, records storage, and commercial and industrial recycling. Their customers include over 1400 businesses and they are a four time winner of the Consumers’ Choice Award for business excellence in paper shredding from 2007-2010. Continue reading
Are you ready to get rid of the inefficiencies of paper work orders in the field? If so, join us to see a demo of MobileFrame’s Field Service Solution.
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April 18th, 2012 at 1:00 pm PST or April 25th at 10:30 am PST
Automate your entire team from dispatch and work order prioritizing to parts used and labor costs. MobileFrame will deliver the data to your technicians when they need it most, on-site with the customer.
With more organizations looking for field service applications to streamline operations, it is no surprise that we have seen an increase in the number of mobile software vendors within the marketplace. Please take a few minutes to learn 5 things you should know before you select a mobile software vendor.
Service based businesses have to make miracles happen every day. Service managers, dispatchers, operations managers are in charge of monitoring and managing the flow of work out in the field. The only thing that is constant in this environment is change. When change happens, and it will… administering this task on paper becomes almost IMPOSSIBLE.
Let’s look at a simple example.
ABC Company utilizes an office based work order scheduling application. Daily work orders are entered into this system, scheduled to a mobile worker, printed out, picked up and everyone goes out and completes their work…right?
What happens when you have last minute changes to today’s schedule? For example, a customer calls and cancels, an emergency job comes in, someone called in sick, leaving you to juggle everything and find someone to complete the work. This can be a real problem, especially without having the appropriate systems and technology in place to help.
Here are some common questions that need to be answered.
When: April 21, 2010 11 a.m. EST
Why: Learn how you can gain a competitive advantage over your competition while increasing your bottom line. And, you’ll get to hear a customer success story firsthand from Denny Norman at Miller Pipeline how they have reduced invoicing lag from 3 weeks to 2 days. Continue reading