Tech-Clarity Insight: Better Service from Better Product Information: Evolving to Visual, Product-Centric Service Communication discusses the importance of having accurate, timely product information at hand in order to profit from service and satisfy customers in the service lifecycle. Highlights the importance of detailed, visual service information such as 3D graphics and animations to communicate product
Servicing Medical Equipment: World Class Service Management for Medical Equipment extends prior research on world class service management to the medical device industry. The research suggests that there are two fundamentals that service organizations must master to rise above the competition – operational control of service operations and equipment intelligence. The paper discusses how medical device
Service Lifecycle Management Goes Mobile: Taking Field Service Applications into the Field is a guide to furthering the value of Service Lifecycle Management through the pragmatic implementation of mobile technology. Click here to read the full report, thank you to our sponsor Astea. Table of Contents Executive Overview Furthering Service Value with Mobile Technology Tie the
The Service Lifecycle Management (SLM) Approach: Strong Customer Relationships Result In Profit In The Service Industry overviews an approach to improve the profitability of services businesses by concurrently increasing service and lowering costs. Please enjoy the free Executive Summary below, or click the report title above to download the full PDF (free of charge, no
A quick peek into some research on enabling service organizations with the right product information from Tech-Clarity Insight: Better Service from Better Product Information: Evolving to Visual, Product-Centric Service Communication. Service has become a higher strategy priority for manufacturers focused on keeping customers satisfied and taking advantage of higher profit margins in the service lifecycle.
Tech-Clarity Insight: Equipment Service Management: Maximizing Profit and Customer Value over the Equipment Lifecycle explains that there are two fundamentals that service organizations must master to rise above the competition – operational control of service operations and equipment intelligence. The paper also introduces an Equipment Service Management Framework that companies can use to benchmark their