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Thinking Outside the Silo and Harnessing the Power of Telematics

Aug 21, 2018 • FeaturesFleet TechnologyManagementfleet technologyfleetmaticsmobile workforce managementVerizon Connectfield servicefleet managementService ManagementtelematicstelogisField Service SolutionsService Management Solutions

As we continue our new series we are delighted to bring you a selection of articles taken from the recently released and highly informative, limited edition of Mobile Resource Management for Dummies, which is presented by Verizon Connect. 

How efficiencies were driven home during the holidays

Jan 02, 2018 • FeaturesFleet TechnologyLCVlogisticsDriver FatigueDVSAFleet ManagersHGVschedulingsergio barataSLAstelogis

The most successful logistics managers (and sleigh based delivery drivers) were likely those who could turn to technology to cope with the busiest (and most wonderful) time of the year writes Sergio Barata, General Manager EMEA, Telogis

Are we about to witness the rise of the Service ERP?

Aug 03, 2017 • FeaturesAlistair Sorbiecrowd serviceFuture of FIeld ServicePaul MasseyClickSoftwareDavid YarnoldIFSServiceERPservicemaxservicepowertelogis

There has been considerable Mergers and Acquisitions activity amongst field service management solution providers across the last eighteen months. At the same time we have seen a rapid rise in the adoption of servitization based business models,...

Telogis step back into the field service Spotlight

Jul 26, 2017 • Featuresfleet technologysergio barataSoftware and Appstelogis

Earlier this year Telogis launched a new mobile application 'Spotlight' at the CV Show. Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News, caught up with Sergio Barata, Telogis, General Manager, EMEA to see find out more about the application and...

Editorial Leader: Field Service News issue 17 - All Change

Jun 13, 2017 • FeaturesAGeing WorkforceAugmented Realitycrowd serviceMagazine (digital editions)ClickSoftwareDigital IssueIFSIoTservicemaxservicepowerServitizationsolarvistatelogisTesseract

Kris Oldland deliver's his editorial leader in issue 17 of Field Service News where our theme was the ever changing nature of field service...

Is there still a place for telematics in tomorrow’s connected world?

Feb 14, 2017 • FeaturesFleet Technologyconnected fleetconnected vehiclesJohn GorbuttMIcrolisefield servicefleet managementGreenroadsergio barataStephen Watsontelematicstelogis

The rise of the connected fleet has been discussed as an emerging technology with huge potential to change field service operations for some time now. However, we are now reaching the point where the discussion must move from theoretical to...

The ever-adapting profile of the professional driver

Nov 24, 2016 • FeaturesFleet Technologyfleet technologymobile enterprise managementsergio baratatelematicstelogis

Sergio Barata, General Manager EMEA, Telogis looks at the ever evolving nature of the professional driver

John Deere become latest OEM to partner with Telogis as connected fleets become more prevalent

Nov 11, 2016 • Fleet TechnologyNewsconnected vehiclesconstructionIoTJohn Deeretelogis

At its annual business conference, Telogis, A Verizon Company, announced that it is partnering with John Deere to enable construction companies to derive key data and insights from their connected John Deere equipment to help drive cost savings,...

FLEET OPERATORS IN EUROPE WILL BENEFIT FROM NEW CONNECTIVITY SERVICES FROM NISSAN AND TELOGIS

Oct 05, 2016 • Fleet TechnologyNewsconnected vehiclesNissantelogis

Nissan Europe and Telogis, a Verizon company, have partnered to offer next-generation connected vehicle technologies and services to Nissan commercial customers in Europe.

Telematics as we know it is dead – long live Mobile Enterprise Management

Sep 27, 2016 • FeaturesFleet Technologyfleet technologytelogis

In a thought provoking and perhaps slightly controversial article, Sergio Barata, General Manager EMEA at Telogis, explains why the telematics industry as we know it is on the way out.

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