Looking to improve field service? Make sure these 5 items are on your "To Do" list
These Field Service five action points can be used to ensure your field services are connected and that you’re staying ahead of the competition.
When a customer can plan an appointment 24/7 on their terms, chances are slim that their choice perfectly matches the schedule of the technical service provider. Technicians often have to wait a long time between appointments, or the service provider has to make more trips than necessary, leading to higher costs and less profitability.
4. Ensure up-to-date views of the schedule
When there are last-minute changes to the technician’s appointments or routes during a workday, schedules can get very confusing and mistakes can easily be made and/or appointments may be missed. Adding a route optimization functionality to the existing planning board is an ideal solution to this problem.
5. Create an optimal annual plan
Limited insight into long-term contract agreements and ad-hoc work by employees muddle the situation, making it difficult to determine an annual plan. Ideally, your annual plan should allow for flexibility so that contract agreements and ad-hoc work can be combined perfectly.
The Field Service functionality in Microsoft Dynamics 365 is making it easier for companies to provide better, more connected field service. Connected Field Service provides real-time insight into business processes, making it easier to take control. In addition, it enables you to make better, faster decisions that are substantiated by data, ensuring you have sufficient response time to adjust in order to achieve your KPIs.
Curious about Connected Field Service with HSO and Microsoft? Read our whitepaper to learn more.