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Overcome Driver App Fatigue with These Tips

Posted by Dani Thompson on  December 30, 2021
When it comes to fleet management, there’s an app for everything. Driver’s devices are filled with apps that were supposed to make their jobs easier and more efficient. Instead, drivers are getting bogged down trying to manage more than a dozen apps at a time. It can be a frustrating experience that slows drivers down and makes them angry. This problem is called app fatigue, and fortunately for drivers and fleet owners, it is possible
  Putting the right field service technologies into the hands of your team helps improve the customer experience so you convert more customers and bring in more revenue. Armed with the right devices, software, and apps, your team will become more punctual, communicative, and efficient when out on customer service calls.  Here’s what you should know about field service technologies before you choose the devices, software, and apps your team will use when working with customers.  Start with a Cloud-Based MDM Software Solution  Cloud-based mobile device management (MDM) software will help

3G to 5G Technology: Is Your Fleet Ready?

Posted by Dani Thompson on  November 22, 2021
Starting as early as February 2022, major wireless carriers will begin the sundown on their 2G and 3G programs, replacing them with faster and more secure 4G LTE and 5G technology. Are your fleet devices ready for the change?   What Is 5G?  5G is the fifth generation of wireless networking technology. Up until this year, most devices have been operating on 3G or 4G platforms. Moving into 2022 and beyond, most carriers plan to only support 4G LTE and 5G technologies, and here’s why.  The latest generation of wireless technology offers three substantial
Construction crews are more connected now than they ever have been before. Regardless of how far away a project is from headquarters, mobile devices and cloud-based solutions make it easy for construction project managers to stay in touch with their teams, manage materials, and improve worker safety.  Industry experts predict mobile devices and wearable tech will continue to improve productivity and communication at construction jobsites. It will be more important than ever for construction companies to invest in wireless and
The cat is out of the bag when it comes to remote work. Approximately 83 percent of workers prefer a hybrid work model, where they are remote for at least part of the week. Many companies have realized that to keep their talent, they need to offer some type of remote work.   Evolving to a hybrid work model presents an opportunity for companies to update their voice and data infrastructures. Creating a positive and productive work experience will require updates to both onsite and remote infrastructure