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This white paper covers the rise of mobile working, with a focus on the facilities management and field service markets. It sets out how the growth of consumer portable devices, from tablets to large format smartphones, is transforming these markets, and discusses how, together with cloud computing, the technology offers rapid rollout, cheaper implementation, shorter training times, greater resilience, more flexibility and higher productivity.

For facilities managers, moving to a truly mobile solution enables them to enjoy greater flexibility while on the move, resulting in more efficient maintenance scheduling, streamlined task logging, as well as improved productivity and accuracy.

The whitepaper highlights the fact that that a mobile solution based on consumer technology and the cloud, requires careful planning and implementation. Important considerations are choice of device, operating system, technical support and security.

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Mobile Technology: A Global Facilities Trend

 

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