Case Study: Electrolux Brazil Chooses ServiceMax to Improve Field Service Operations

Electrolux Brazil was using multiple systems for managing partners and service operations, which translated to loss of information, lower than desired customer satisfaction, and lost money on inaccurate warranty information. With ServiceMax, Electrolux has streamlined processes, increased revenue due to accurate warranty renewal info and alerts, and improved customer satisfaction rates for its service. Read the case study.
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