Does Embracing Technology Keep Field Service Engineer Attrition Numbers Low?
Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News and Kieran Notter, Director, Global Customer Transformation, ServiceMax from GE Digital explore the findings of an exclusive independent research conducted by Field Service News and sponsored by ServiceMax.
In this, the third and final excerpt from the full one-hour long webcast, Oldland and Notter discuss how field service organisations can and are turning to the latest technologies including Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things to ensure they keep attrition rates for their field service engineers low.
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Kris Oldland has been working in Business to Business Publishing for almost a decade. As a journalist he has covered a diverse range of industries from Fire Juggling through to Terrorism Insurance. Prior to this he was a Quality Services Manager with a globally recognised hospitality brand. An intimate understanding of what is important when it comes to Service and a passion for emerging technology means that in Field Service he has found an industry that excites him everyday.
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