03.19.13 -- How Fleets Plan To Reduce Fuel Costs In 2013
Field Technologies Special Edition
Field Technologies Online is a partner of Public Works.com, and it is through our partnership that we’re sending you this annual newsletter from Field Technologies Online with information relevant to optimizing the mobile workforce in your industry. If your business is like many others, your mobile workforce is going to continue to expand. By the end of 2013, IDC expects the total number of mobile workers will grow to nearly 1.2 billion — more than one third of the world’s workforce. Unlike workers within your four walls, these mobile workers — and the tools and data they carry with them — are significantly more challenging to control. How do you not only manage these mobile assets, but also maximize them? That’s where Field Technologies Online can help.
From Field Technologies Magazine
5 Reasons To Go Rugged With Mobile Computing By Field Technologies magazine
In today’s consumer influenced market, the decision to invest in rugged computing isn’t one that’s made easily. Here are some important considerations.
Three Field Service Management Trends You Can't Ignore Submitted by IFS North America
This white paper by Tom Devroy, Vice President of Sales at IFS North America discusses the three trends driving the field service management (FSM) industry which include: mobility, scheduling optimization, and software-as-a-service (SaaS).
How Fleets Plan To Reduce Fuel Costs In 2013 Submitted by Teletrac Inc.
Reducing fleet fuel expenses is one of the most significant challenges cited by more than 80 percent of fleet managers going into the new year, according to the results of GreenRoad’s “Fleet Leader 2013 Outlook” survey.
This white paper from Motion Computing covers the need in this service-driven economy to strategically equip frontline workers with mobile solutions to streamline performance and drive customer interactions according to a study from VDC Research Group.
This white paper from Netcentric Strategies with ClickSoftware discusses the aspects of HTML5 including features, benefits, and limitations. It provides an analysis of features such as media playback, offline support, geo-location, forms, visual effects, and 2D graphics and HTML5’s canvas element.