Our friends over at The Enterprises Project have created a mini-series on Productivity Hacks, where they share tips, tricks, and hacks from IT leaders who have found efficient ways to manage their time.
Nic Grange, Retriever’s CTO has provided a few of his own ‘hacks’ on what helps him leverage the old productivity standby: the to-do list.
A common motivation for management in automating field service activities is to know and control more. Yet, the key to successful field automation is just the opposite.
Rather than doing more, field staff want to minimize their effort. Successful mobile technology is about making technicians’ lives easier, and when you do that you gain their cooperation. Retriever’s CEO Mary Brittain White explains the key mobile design considerations to achieve technicians’ support.
A highly configurable mobile application can make for a fast and simple deployment, addressing complex business needs.
Retriever’s Barking Product Manager Bobby Manoukian, discusses how mobility for HVACR businesses can enable accurate time tracking, proper part allocation & more rapid service call invoicing
Many companies rush into mobile apps, completely unaware of the risks and challenges that come with the territory. The result: They deliver an app that nobody wants to use–completely wasting the time and money invested in the development process.
Nic Grange CTO at Retriever helps to identify some of the biggest mistakes businesses make with mobile app development, and explain why they must be avoided.