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Digitalisation and Rethinking Field Service Delivery

Jul 02, 2021 • FeaturesDigital TransformationThe View from AcademiaServitization and Advanced ServicesEMEAUniversity of LiverpoolChris Raddats

Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News is joined on the Field Service News Digital Symposium by Dr Chris Raddats of the University of Liverpool a seasoned expert with experience from both the industry and academic sides of the aisle...

Distilling the Learning of Servitization from Recent Academic Studies

Jun 28, 2021 • FeaturesDigital TransformationThe View from AcademiaServitization and Advanced ServicesEMEAUniversity of LiverpoolChris Raddats

Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News is joined on the Field Service News Digital Symposium by Dr Chris Raddats of the University of Liverpool a seasoned expert with experience from both the industry and academic sides of the aisle...

Echoes Across Servitization and Digitalisation

Jun 25, 2021 • FeaturesDigital TransformationThe View from AcademiaServitization and Advanced ServicesEMEAUniversity of LiverpoolChris Raddats

Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News is joined on the Field Service News Digital Symposium by Dr Chris Raddats of the University of Liverpool a seasoned expert with experience from both the industry and academic sides of the aisle...

Conflict and Resolution Around Data Ownership

Jun 21, 2021 • FeaturesDigital TransformationThe View from AcademiaServitization and Advanced ServicesEMEAUniversity of LiverpoolChris Raddats

Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News is joined on the Field Service News Digital Symposium by Dr Chris Raddats of the University of Liverpool a seasoned expert with experience from both the industry and academic sides of the aisle...

The Close Relationship Between Servitization and Digitalisation

Jun 18, 2021 • FeaturesDigital TransformationThe View from AcademiaServitization and Advanced ServicesEMEAUniversity of LiverpoolChris Raddats

Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News is joined on the Field Service News Digital Symposium by Dr Chris Raddats of the University of Liverpool a seasoned expert with experience from both the industry and academic sides of the aisle...

Turning the Spotlight on As-A-Service Trend

Jun 16, 2021 • FeaturesAdvanced Services GroupProfessor Tim BainesServitizationThe View from AcademiaServitization and Advanced Services

Professor Tim Baines’ name is synonymous with all things servitization and advanced services. Today, he is talking to Field Service News about Servitization Live, the business event solely dedicated to Servitization and advanced services, taking...

Why Digitalisation Further Emphasises the Importance of Outside-In Thinking

Jun 14, 2021 • FeaturesDigital TransformationThe View from AcademiaServitization and Advanced ServicesEMEAUniversity of LiverpoolChris Raddats

Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News is joined on the Field Service News Digital Symposium by Dr Chris Raddats of the University of Liverpool a seasoned expert with experience from both the industry and academic sides of the aisle...

Just How Big is Big Data for Field Service Operations

Jun 11, 2021 • FeaturesDigital TransformationThe View from AcademiaServitization and Advanced ServicesEMEAUniversity of LiverpoolChris Raddats

Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News is joined on the Field Service News Digital Symposium by Dr Chris Raddats of the University of Liverpool a seasoned expert with experience from both the industry and academic sides of the aisle...

The Need For More Robust Definitions Around Servitization

Jun 09, 2021 • FeaturesDigital TransformationThe View from AcademiaServitization and Advanced ServicesEMEAUniversity of LiverpoolChris Raddats

Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News is joined on the Field Service News Digital Symposium by Dr Chris Raddats of the University of Liverpool a seasoned expert with experience from both the industry and academic sides of the aisle...

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