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Mobile Workforce Roundup: Recent Must-Read Posts From Fellow Community Members

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Greetings Mobile Workforce members!

If you took a work break over the holidays, you may have missed some of the excellent posts from your fellow community members. Here are a few highlights to get you back into the swing of things. Happy reading!

Two Questions to Consider for Mobile Workforce Management in a BYOD World

By Rakesh Sharma, posted on January 1

As more employees want to use their own devices for work purposes, utilities must consider not just the devices themselves but the IT infrastructure needed to support them. In this article, Rakesh poses two key questions utilities should consider when developing a BYOD plan.

Maximizing Mobility’s Potential

By Paul Korzeniowski, posted on December 24

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The promise of automation may prompt utility managers to overdo data collection and distribution. Paul suggests that what’s more important is focusing on practical actions that will genuinely improve operations. In this article, he offers a few tips for moving toward that end.

Making Sense of Developments in Mobile Workforce Management Solutions in 2019

By Rakesh Sharma, posted on December 17

Mobile workforce management (MWM) solutions continue to grow in use. In this article, Rakesh shares statistics about its expected growth in the coming years and details about how utilities are changing the way they use this technology.

5 Reasons to Give Your Customers and Teams the Visibility They Need

By Alan King, posted on December 2

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In 2020 customers will be looking for even greater transparency. How can utilities provide it? By giving employees greater visibility too. Alan offers several useful ways to provide employees what they need, including nurturing loyalty and encouraging innovation.

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