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United Messaging Extends Global Reach ~ Opens Offices in London and Amsterdam
Having opened offices in both London and Amsterdam United Messaging is well on its way to securing a strong foothold in the messaging Application Service

service offices  the leading Messaging Application Service Provider (ASP), today launched the expansion of its consulting and hosted mailbox services into the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market with the opening of its London and Amsterdam facilities. With this expanded global presence, United Messaging is now solidly positioned to capitalize on the growing demand for global messaging-focused consulting and outsourced messaging services. (Source: United Messaging) Market Impact United Messaging has experienced

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ERP for the Services Industry (Non-manufacturing) RFI/RFP Template

Portfolio and Project Management, Resource Planning and Scheduling, Opportunity, Contact, and Contract Management, Time and Expense Management, Financial Management, Budgeting, Costing, and Billing... Get this template

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DSL Ltd. Selects IFS for Service Management


DSL Ltd., a Canadian commercial food service and restaurant equipment distributor and service provider has chosen IFS Field Service Management and IFS Mobile Workforce Management, components of IFS’ Enterprise Service Management offering to enhance its service business, increase inventory availability while reducing expenses, and optimize customer equipment maintenance.

service offices  and services commercial food service equipment from leading manufacturers, such as Taylor, Henny Penny and Flavor Burst. With four offices in Western Canada and 65 service technicians in 22 locations, DSL has lately almost doubled its number of service technicians and thus needed a comprehensive and scalable field service management (FSM) solution that could help with service scheduling and inventory management.   IFS’ multisite capabilities, native, app-based mobile solution, and dynamic scheduling Read More

Service Productization


Productization of services is accomplished by associating tangible features with intangible service offerings. Tangible features may take the form of personnel, collateral, methodologies, pricing, facilities, or other attributes. Automation tools like enterprise service automation, database, and project management tools serve as enablers to service productization. By associating tangible features with intangible services, the professional services firm can build client confidence.

service offices  Epicor Resources Related to Service Productization : Service Product Management (Wikipedia) Service Productization Service Productization is also known as : productization definition , productization of services , productization professional services , productization service , productized services , productizing services , download service productization , professional services productization , why productized services , integrated it service provider , productized service offering , b2b productization Read More

Case Study: VAI Improves Customer Service with Business Portal


Vormittag Associates, Inc. (VAI) provides enterprise resource planning software and associated services to clients in the manufacturing, wholesale, and retail industries. To facilitate everyday business processes, VAI began to consider a business portal. As a software provider, VAI was intimately familiar with a number of portal products, and decided that IBM Workplace Services Express was best suited for the company.

service offices  Study: VAI Improves Customer Service with Business Portal If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. VAI is an award winning software developer and an IBM Premier Business Partner. Founded in 1978, VAI is headquartered in Long Island, New York, with branch offices in Florida, California and Illinois. In conjunction with IBM, the company designs customer driven enterprise management software for the IBM Power Systems. Source : VAI Read More

CIBS: Enabling Growth and Exceptional Service Quality with SAP Software


CIBS is a thriving business providing commercial cleaning, pest control, and washroom services to offices, schools, and the retail and leisure industries that needed to automate its manual, paper-based processes and better control day-to-day contract performance. Read about how this company chose SAP solutions and services, enabling it to double the size of its business.

service offices  Enabling Growth and Exceptional Service Quality with SAP Software CIBS is a thriving business providing commercial cleaning, pest control, and washroom services to offices, schools, and the retail and leisure industries that needed to automate its manual, paper-based processes and better control day-to-day contract performance. Read about how this company chose SAP solutions and services, enabling it to double the size of its business. Read More

IFS Field Service Management: Field Service Management (FSM) Competitor Analysis Report




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Service Supply Chain Strategies to Increase Corporate Profitability


This article describes the unique challenges of the service supply chain, provides a framework for understanding the service management decision hierarchy, and highlights the dramatic value proposition available to companies that deploy advanced service strategies and decision-support tools to address these challenges. Brief case studies from leading service organizations Cisco and KLA-Tencor show examples of successful deployments of service supply chain strategies.

service offices  sale. The importance of service is made clear in a recent AMR survey 1 of manufacturing companies which revealed that service represents 24 percent of their revenue and 45 percent of their profit contribution. With only 20 percent of IT spend allocated to service, there is indication of value in increasing corporate attention to the service area. With an increasing awareness of the strategic value of service, companies are beginning to focus on their service supply chains, which can be defined as the Read More

The Executive Buying Guide to Employee Self-service


Employee self-service (ESS) is an online technology that automates workflow, and allows both employees and managers to view and update human resources (HR) and payroll information. It often includes time-off management, and can serve as a central portal for communicating company documents and announcements. ESS disperses routine tasks back to the level of origination--employees and their managers.

service offices  Buying Guide to Employee Self-service Employee self-service (ESS) is an online technology that automates workflow, and allows both employees and managers to view and update human resources (HR) and payroll information. It often includes time-off management, and can serve as a central portal for communicating company documents and announcements. ESS disperses routine tasks back to the level of origination--employees and their managers. Read More

Service Parts Planning RFI/RFP Template


Planning, Service Delivery and Execution, Workforce Optimization, Logistics Transportation and Reverse Logistics, Analytics and Reporting, Utilities, Product Technology

service offices  Planning RFI/RFP Template The Service Parts Planning RFI/RFP Template lists and describes 436 features and functions found in Service Parts Planning software solutions. This Supply Chain Management (SCM) Template can help you save time, control costs, and communicate clearly with vendors at nearly every stage of your Service Parts Planning software selection projects. Features and functions included in this Supply Chain Management (SCM) Template: Planning Service Delivery and Execution Workforce Read More

Field Service Management (FSM)


Field service management (FSM) software is a set of functionalities for organizations or departments within organizations that have as main focus the intallation, maintanance, reparing, and meter reading for industries relying heaviling on equipment. FSM workers require functionality for customer engagement management, service and asset management as well as workforce management. Since most activities in FSM take place outside of the office, mobility is a big component of the a FSM software solutions. Typically, FSM software is not used as a stand-alone solution, as it needs to integrate with Financials, ERP, CRM and EAM to ensure accurate data exchange. Even if its main purpose is to maintain and repair equipment, it can also be used to gather customer satisfaction and equipment performance feedback. To allocate human resources efficiently, workforce management is an integral part of an FSM system.

service offices  Service Management (FSM) Field service management (FSM) software is a set of functionalities for organizations or departments within organizations that have as main focus the intallation, maintanance, reparing, and meter reading for industries relying heaviling on equipment. FSM workers require functionality for customer engagement management, service and asset management as well as workforce management. Since most activities in FSM take place outside of the office, mobility is a big component of the Read More

Avoid the Perils of Service Parts Planning in Supply Chain Management


Significant differences exist between the new parts production supply chain and the service and replacement parts supply chain. Companies using conventional, new product inventory methods are missing opportunities to improve efficiency and effectiveness.

service offices  the Perils of Service Parts Planning in Supply Chain Management More On Service Parts Planning Inventory planning and management is generally a well-researched and documented and applied discipline. However, the vast majority of work and associated software products are directed at servicing the needs of the new parts production supply chains, moving product from the likes of Proctor & Gamble to Wal-Mart across the globe (see Linking Planning and Execution Systems for Retailers' Nirvana—Improved Read More

Enterprises May Be Overlooking Profits from After-sales Service


If service parts and service personnel management are well managed, manufacturers can significantly improve their profits from service operations. This will lead in turn to significant overall profit margins.

service offices  Overlooking Profits from After-sales Service Introduction Traditional sources of profit margins for manufacturers from product sales are diminishing as more and more products are commoditized, and margins are thus further and further reduced. On the other hand, profit margins from after-sales service are good (if managed well), and hold the promise of sustained (if not increased) revenue in the future. In industries like aircraft, automobile, computers, mobile phones, electronics, and so on, a major Read More

The Evolution of IT as a Service


Most IT service providers have always and continue to operate in a break/fix service environment. When a customer calls with an issue, the service provider drops everything to fix it. Under these circumstances, service providers have a difficult time forecasting monthly revenues and staffing needs, which has a huge impact on profitability. Add to this the intense competition, excessive customer turnover, low technician utilization rates, and shrinking margins that characterize today‟s market, and the result is IT service providers anxious to find a new way of delivering their services. Learn about innovative IT-as-a-Service initiatives that are defining the new IT value chain of the future.

service offices  of IT as a Service Most IT service providers have always and continue to operate in a break/fix service environment. When a customer calls with an issue, the service provider drops everything to fix it. Under these circumstances, service providers have a difficult time forecasting monthly revenues and staffing needs, which has a huge impact on profitability. Add to this the intense competition, excessive customer turnover, low technician utilization rates, and shrinking margins that characterize Read More

Comarch Field Service Management


Comarch Field Service Management (FSM) system is a complete solution for scheduling, staffing, managing, and supporting workforce in the field. Efficiency is achieved by selecting the most suitable resources for each task, as well as accounting for scheduling issues. The decision is made taking into consideration modifiable and adjustable ratings, according to a company’s unique business model. Comarch FSM helps take service management to the next level through the following: System comprehensiveness (schedules, work time, skills, resources, spare parts, orders, and service level agreement [SLA] information—all in one single system) Automated tasks-resources matching based on technician calendar availability, skills, location, etc. Utilization of supporting mobile technologies, global positioning system (GPS), and geographical information systems (GISs) Service-oriented architecture (SOA) enabling effortless integration with third-party systems  

service offices  Field Service Management Comarch Field Service Management (FSM) system is a complete solution for scheduling, staffing, managing, and supporting workforce in the field. Efficiency is achieved by selecting the most suitable resources for each task, as well as accounting for scheduling issues. The decision is made taking into consideration modifiable and adjustable ratings, according to a company’s unique business model. Comarch FSM helps take service management to the next level through the Read More