Newsletter - March 2017 Edition

Do We All Face the Same Reality?

 

Many people who are learning about virtual, augmented and mixed reality are a bit uncertain about the roles these new technologies will play in their organization. Despite the fact that they've been proven to be excellent for training purposes and for in-the-field maintenance and installation guidance, it’s still hard for many people to imagine how all these "new realities" will fit into their own operations.

Remember how weird it was to think about ditching paper-based, manual processes and turning to a digital-only system? It required trust and trial and error, and after many leading-edge users adopted it and saw positive results, digital technology solutions that automated field service processes became commonplace. 

The same thing is likely to happen with virtual reality. While many field service operations hesitate to dive in and embrace it, success in the field has convinced many solution providers that it’s inevitable. If they’re not already integrating it, they’re doing UX testing in the field, learning what’s working, and perfecting the technology so it’s easier and less expensive to implement. 

Until then, field service operations shouldn’t be overwhelmed with technical terminology, such as inside-out or outside-in positional tracking. They shouldn’t wonder too much about the difference between virtual/augmented/mixed reality, or worry about the type of head-mounted device they’ll eventually need. 

For now, they should just know it’s important technology that’ll have a positive impact on field service operations. And as they consider solution providers to meet the needs of today, they should look for vendors who are equipped to integrate virtual, augmented and mixed reality into their platforms tomorrow. For many users, it may not be a reality yet, but it’s coming. 

For more memories and musings from the FMP360 team, check out our blog >>
 

Keep an Eye Out for the 2017
Field Service Benchmark Report 

We’ll soon have answers to lots of questions about field service management and technology solutions, because Gomocha is co-sponsoring a Benchmark Survey to be conducted at Field Service USA 2017, in Palm Springs (CA) April 18-21. 

Almost everyone involved in the field service industry has questions, regardless of whether they’re in the field as a technology user or as a solution provider. As a co-sponsor of the study, we’re able to ask a few of our own questions about topics we’re interested in exploring. 

This industry benchmark report will provide insights to help you optimize your field service processes. Keep an eye out for the results, to be published in June 2017.
 

Speaking of Field Service USA,
Let’s Meet Up!

We’re looking forward to meeting you in Palm Springs and hearing about all your successes in the field. Stop by Booth 1005 and see why our field service platform is second to none when it comes to scalability, flexibility and configurability. 

Gomocha designers and technologists have been on the cutting edge of mobility solutions for nearly 20 years, serving customers on three continents. We designed our easy-to-implement solution with the ideal blend of features and functionality, always keeping in mind that it’s ultimately our customers’ customers whom we need to satisfy. (When your customers are satisfied, so are YOU – and so are WE!) 

Plan to visit us in Booth 1005 to see the power of our FMP360 platform – and you’ll receive your own powerful little hero as a reminder of your visit.


In Other News

NSVM Congres:
“Under promise, over deliver!” 

The Dutch Association of Service Management (NVSM) will host this highly-anticipated event on April 6 at Philips Stadium in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, from 9 am to 6 pm. 

As an event sponsor, the Gomocha team will have an opportunity to showcase the innovation that powers its “future proof” FMP360 solution. 'We look forward to demonstrating FMP360's new capabilities, including integration of the HoloLens with augmented reality. Make a point of stopping by our booth for a demo and a chat. Hope to see you there!

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In Case You Missed It, Our Webinar About Design Thinking 

We’re always energized to work with customers to craft answers to their most vexing challenges. We’ve discovered that Design Thinking is a great methodology for delivering champion-challenger setups to determine the optimal solution. You’ll be impressed at how the Design Thinking process produces the best solution possible to achieve efficiency in field service operations. 

If you missed our webinar on this fascinating topic – “How Design Thinking Helps Ensure a Profitable, Future-Proof Field Service Operation—Immediately!” – you can see it on demand by clicking here, or send us an email and we’ll reach out to give you the highlights.  
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