8 key things to look for in a field service mobile application
Supplied by Retriever Communications on Tuesday, 19 July, 2016
Access UTS (of Sydney UTS University) recently conducted a study observing a group of technicians using mobile apps in the field. This white paper is primarily based on the study’s results — imparting valuable insight on how to evaluate any field service mobile app for your field force.
Download to learn more about this revealing study and discover the eight must-have qualities of field service mobile applications.
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