Possible Field Service Boon Despite Recession
Four Trends To Stay On Top Of To Be Successful In 2009
March 11, 2009
Why Read This Report
Trailing a year's worth of economic challenges for businesses and consumers alike, the recession has hit — hard. While many undoubtedly look to curb spending and get the most from assets already in hand, field service organizations will be in the spotlight. To make the most out of this diamond opportunity in the rough, field service organizations must stay abreast of how business levers are being manipulated in this economy and jump on the dominant trends in 2009 that will further stratify the success of leading and lagging field service organizations.
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Table of Contents
- A Down Economy Presents Unexpected Possibilities In Field Services
- The Field Service Technology Space Increases Its Utility
- In 2009, Four Trends Will Dominate The Field Service Manager's Agenda
- Know Your Workers, Clients, And Readiness To Realize Your Opportunity
WHAT IT MEANS
- The Gap Between High And Low Performers Widens
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