Whether you are a dedicated project manager or project management is one of the many roles you cover, there are some key areas of project management that field service businesses must address.
If you want to constantly improve efficiency in your business, effectively use your resources, and grow your customer base, smart project management is key.
Read on to discover four common pain points in project management as well as why and how to look for a solution.
When Rachel Hayes hangs up one hat at Ehlerth Electrical, she quickly picks up another. "We haven't created a position title for me yet because I cover pretty much all bases of the business," she laughs, "I don't think there's a title that covers all the work I do!"
For many service and maintenance businesses, the end of the year is a time to reflect on the successes of the last 12 months and identify areas for improvement.
For simPRO users, this time of year is easy thanks to the insights that can be gained from the comprehensive reporting tool, simPRO Reporting.
The Christmas period can be a busy time for service and maintenance businesses. On top of continuing operations and juggling family holidays, you also need to prepare for the new year.
There is a range of things you can review, reconsider and adjust in December to prepare your organisation for the next 12 months. A great way to start this process is to examine how your business has performed financially and strategically over the past year.
If you're introducing a new system for workflow automation into your business in 2020, your first step is going to be making sure your team is on board.
Creating a cost management structure for projects is essential. It is the best way to ensure your cash flow is consistent and your revenue stream is profitable.
As a business solution, simPRO offers much more than job management. Within our cloud-based system is a range of tools and functionality. And they're all designed to help you achieve complete operations management.
To understand the impact of IoT in the service and maintenance industry, we need to turn our focus away from the sensors and data. Instead, let’s explore the new workloads and cash flow it can create.
Do you have an easy method for customers to pay you for your services? If not, you may want to take a close look at the way you accept payments and how you can improve.