Through Planning, Scheduling & Mobile Working
Kirona’s field service management software helps Facilities Management organisations to address key challenges: having accurate job information, being able to track progress on work that can span many sites and wide geographic areas, and reduce costs.
|Kirona Dynamic Resource Scheduling enables you to automate the complex process of aligning available resources (both human and equipment) with required work tasks, and do this taking into account every feasible attribute such as trade, skill level, location and resource cost.||Kirona’s Job Manager mobile working application enables you to seamlessly connect every worker and supervisor on every site with your centralised systems. On-site supervisors and office-based managers gain real-time visibility of daily activity and progress against the schedule.|
Six Steps To Being A Field Service Leader
Best-in-class field service organisations achieve on average a 14.4% year-on-year improvement in workforce productivity compared to a 4.1% industry average. For a field service organisation to be a leader, they must ensure they are using the best tools on the market and have the very best processes in place. Read this eBook to find out what are the six key areas.
|Clearwater Group PLC provides products and services relating to water hygiene and treatment, engineering, pump services and consultancy services. The introduction of Kirona’s Job Manager has led to a 10-15% increase in productivity and greater earnings per field worker.||Ian Williams is one of the UK’s leading property services companies. It is at the forefront of providing services to the built environment with particular expertise in the social housing, education and commercial sectors.|
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