Press Release added by Big Market Research (BMR) titled Global Field Service Management (FSM) Market 2014-2018 just comes at the right time, when enterprises like FieldOne and Microsoft have signed the strategic global ISV agreement. Guess what more? The Market Research Report adapts to enable business owners receive valuable exposure to the current trends in the industry. Thus, from spreading message about the benefit of latest management hires, accessing solutions expected to drive in higher efficiency levels to current upgrades and more, it boosts the visibility of the sector that likely to register CAGR of 12.33 percent by 2018. The claim made by the research analysts regarding the fast expanding scope of the industry becomes transparent, as NAVCO zeros in on FieldOne Sky FSM to fuel greater customer experience.
The study further weighs up on the significance of cloud to ensure flawless field service. Last year Oneserve secured investment to enhance its cloud based field service management backed by analytics, thus outlining the growing importance of cloud. Researchers preparing the report, aim at enabling customer of different sizes refine their service delivery procedure by accessing realistic data on other deployment options including on -premise. For business owners focussed on driving revenue growth and customer delight, research takes a closer look at the factors such as product lifecycle, market share and size and five forces analysis. Banking on the ongoing developments in the sector, Salesforce has recently made it known that its Field Service Lighting is out to redefine customer service.
Relevant and focussed on details including market segmentation by end- users, research analysts draw inspiration from its growing adoption rate across different sectors. Some of these industries include manufacturing, retail, construction, information technology and more. In a recent news Capterra had listed FSM software such as Astea Alliance, ServiceTitan, GenieBelt, Snappii Mobile Apps, MobyServices, Scheduling Manager and Flobot among other, who made it to the top in 2016.
Apart from this, the analytical data describes the market performance in regions including Europe, Asia Pacific and Americas. The eighth annual Field Service Management Summit 2016 of Australasia has already created waves reveal research analysts at BMR. This complete 2 days event would concentrate on information -sharing, networking programs and learning initiatives with highly acclaimed field service experts from across sectors. This year the event aims at delivering value, ways to transform the cost center to a value unit and ways to execute true customer delight.
Industry experts are confident that trends such as IoT, growing focus on security, predictive automation and maintenance, mobility and network reliability would mould changes in the industry. Business owners can also show great reliance on the figures on components, product lifecycle and process of field management service. Other in the midst of market study would be able to clearly view the overall performance of the key market players here. Prominent vendors included in the report are ClickSoftware, Oracle, PTC, SAP AG, TOA Technologies, Astea International, Retriever Communications, Ventyx, Vertical Solutions and Wenn SoftInfor among others.
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There is clear indication in the study that FSM industry has attained a strong growth since 2014. Moreover, the fact that SaaS has been completely adopted by several new players, who have invaded unserved segments confirmed by the research, show the sector definitely has a robust future. Many industry participants now have SaaS solutions with greater acceptance beginning in a wider portion of the industry. Emergence of mobile field service management has also opened new avenues for the sector. To, conclude stakeholders, product managers, marketing executives and other professionals seeking unbiased data on supply, demand, recent development and future forecast would find the study valuable.
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