One of my favorite presentations at ClickSoftware’s recent ClickConnect conference was from J. Randall Hunt at Amazon Web Services. While he spoke about Amazon’s cloud infrastructure and how it is empowering organizations such as NASA and SpaceX, he also spoke about innovation for the enterprise. In his presentation, he also introduced two extremely pertinent and powerful quotes, both of which are worthy of their status as inspirational posters/memes etc.
Some of my ideas are original. This one isn’t. I’m glad to say that it isn’t, because I come across so many bright minds in the field of service management. One of those minds is Steve Nava (www.linkedin.com/in/stevenava1) at Luminex Corporation, Austin, TX. In a recent conversation with Steve, he spoke about his intent to extend the concept of an open office to his field service workforce. What a novel idea.
One of my favorite quotes of all times: “The present letter is a very long one, simply because I had no leisure to make it shorter.” Often attributed to Cicero or Mark Twain, this was originally used by Blaise Pascal to highlight the challenges with being brief.
Its been a few weeks since we published our blog on Video and Assisted Field Service which has been popular garnering a great level of response from our community. The article has also been picked up by the likes of publications like Field Service Digital.
As mentioned in previous blogs, we've had the incredible opportunity to attend major user events in the fields of service management and field service over the previous 2 months. One of the interesting technology takeaways from all of these events is the increasing number of providers focused on augmented reality and video-assisted resolution solutions for field service.