Advice, tips, and hacks to improve field team's operational efficiency
Facility managers are often tasked with the delicate balance of running an updated, streamlined operation at the lowest cost possible. Workflow management software helps facility managers operate within those margins, delivering paperless, streamlined operations that make it possible to take better control over day-to-day operations. With just six simple steps facility managers can take to easily reduce operational building maintenance costs using automated workflows:
As field service and construction companies embrace customer-centric approaches, digital transformation becomes essential. Unfortunately, digitalization challenges within organizations often make transformation impossible. In 2018, 78% of enterprises failed to sustain their digital transformation goals due to operational shortcomings. These include organizational complexity, employee resistance, and a lack of partner resources. How can companies succeed in their digital transformation? Here we investigate the top three reasons companies fail as well as identify the strategies and resources needed to succeed.
Across all industries, businesses are consistently seeking improvements to daily workflows in order to gain a strategic edge. This is especially true for insurers, faced with fierce industry competition with a significant amount of money on the line. Streamlined workflows are one powerful way for insurers to reduce their costs, improve efficiency, and remain nimble. Here are five common insurance industry processes that document management software streamlines today:
Automation is expanding its role in industrial and business functions. Gartner predicts 69% of managers’ routine tasks will be fully automated by 2024. Automation allows leaders to focus more on customer experiences, high-level decision making, and empowering their employees — by reducing risk, labor hours, and the time it takes to complete everyday tasks.
Any business owner and manager knows that change is necessary in order to remain competitive and sustainable, but what they often overlook is how workflows can be utilized to keep the business running lean. Here are three ways to get your workflows looking lean in 2020.
Receiving a holiday gift from an employer is a timeless seasonal gesture. Whether it’s a fruitcake or a subscription to the Coffee-of-the-Month Club, a token of appreciation around the holiday season is always a welcomed surprise.
The days of “learn it the old way first” are gone. Digitization is rapidly revamping how we learn and how we bring new knowledge into our daily workflows. Trainers face various challenges, including budget cuts and imparting vast amounts of knowledge in short periods of time. Wouldn't it be nice to make life a little easier? By optimizing training processes you can save time, money and your trainer’s sanity!
Documents thrown all over the office? Field teams confused with which documents go where, and who needs to sign what? Can’t confidently make data-driven decisions? We hate to break it to you, but throwing a coin down an oil or gas well and making a wish isn’t going to solve your document management or workflow problems.
By 2022, around 4% of global electricity production will be solar generated. As solar companies try to increase capacity to meet demand, optimizing their day-to-day processes via workflow automation becomes a necessity... Here are 6 ways workflow automation is helping solar companies and their field teams shine bright.
When it comes to wind power, we’re real big fans. But, did you know that Operations and Maintenance (O&M) costs in the wind industry are set to rise globally to $17-billion in 2020? This means now is a good time to take a look at how operations and maintenance workflows can be optimized for efficiency.
It’s almost quitting time for the day, and even though you’ve done all of your core tasks, there’s still a bunch of manual admin work left. And all you can think is, “I just don’t have the &%$! energy for this...” You know this pain well, so if you could save your team from it and make them more productive at the same time, why wouldn’t you?
So far, 2019 is all about disrupting industries and thinking "lean". The common thread between these concepts is business process transformation - addressing process and productivity flaws and making positive changes that will help you to transform and grow your business in a sustainable way.
You’re right on-track with the latest technology when you’re designing plans and bidding for contracts, so your day-to-day processes should be no different.