Field Service Business

How to measure ROI of field service management software

01 March, 2021

Some ROIs are easier to calculate than others. It's important to consider both tangible and intangible benefits when assessing field service software.

Preparing the grid for electric vehicles

08 February, 2021

A new $3.4 million trial will help support growing adoption of electric vehicles across Australia while reducing infrastructure upgrade costs.

Product safety notice: Mazda BT-50 ute

22 January, 2021

Mazda Australia has announced a safety issue with the BT-50 series ute, available for sale nationally.

New EV technology supercharges electric vehicles

22 January, 2021

New charging technology will drive Queensland's EV uptake plans.

Getac V110 fully rugged laptop

24 November, 2020

Getac has launched its next-generation V110 fully rugged laptop, aimed at professionals who need a rugged, yet versatile device.

New approach to remote knowledge sharing

09 November, 2020

A new knowledge management approach hopes to change the face of field service.

Ensuring the right equipment for an electrical business

02 October, 2020

An electrical contracting business located in Dural has opted to add a mini excavator to its fleet.

Why field operations teams need enterprise mobile tech

08 April, 2020

The latest study from Zebra Technologies reveals that only 60% of respondents have adopted a 'mobile-first' strategy.

Fergus cloud-based platform for business operations

18 March, 2020

Fergus is a cloud-based platform enabling end-to-end operations management for small to mid-sized trades and service businesses.

Narva Safety Light range

15 January, 2020

The Safety Light range from Narva features three options, all featuring high-power Cree 3 W LEDs for increased visibility in work sites.

Plantweb Insight Network and Power Module Management

13 January, 2020

Plantweb Insight platform adds two new Pervasive Sensing applications that manage wireless networks more efficiently with a singular interface to the enterprise.

Company banned from Victoria's Solar Homes program

11 October, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Victoria's Space Solar has been banned from participating in the Solar Homes subsidy program after being found to have employed unlicensed electrical workers to conduct unsafe work.

Stanley tapes go pink to support breast cancer patients

19 September, 2019

In support of October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, STANLEY is donating $2 from every sale of its Pink STANLEY FATMAX 8m measuring tapes to the McGrath Foundation.

IPD exclusive distributor of GL McGavin

10 September, 2019

The full range of products from Sydney-based company GL McGavin is now being exclusively distributed by IPD throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Electrical standards keep Australia safe

04 September, 2019

With the kick-off of Electrical Safety Week, Standards Australia is highlighting the standards followed by members of the construction, manufacturing and electrical community to help make Australia safe.

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