Productivity and Service
Applied Acumen has worked with some of the most complex and demanding field service operations in existence today, covering both highly complex multi-drop logistics (more variables than can be handled by the market leading routing software!), and also highly sensitive and technical servicing (e.g. medical equipment installation in the home).
Field Service performance is not all about software, or keeping track of your employees through mobile technology. For Applied Acumen these are merely the starting points to managing field service operations effectively.
We understand the need to protect the customer relationship, yet achieve improved productivity and lower cost whilst maintaining safe working and employee wellbeing.
We’ll show you why your asset ad resource capacity is different to what you think it is, and how to get more from it.
We’ll show you why your biggest gains are not to be made by making your technicians run faster!
We’ll show you how to install and link the right operational measures to your bottom line.
How do you get every person taking responsibility?
RFT, On Time, In Full
Quality, cost and service are often seen as a 3 way trade off. Getting a good night’s rest can become almost impossible by the middle of the second trimester. Long, large maternity pillows can help take some of the pressure off of the body by supporting a growing belly, providing relief to both the back as well as the core and abdomen. Maternity pillows also allow for better alignment of the knees and hips, which reduces pressure on the spine and upper body. In other words, they can help an expectant mom get comfortable enough to actually sleep for a few hours now and then. Even after pregnancy, these pillows can be used for postpartum respite and some even work for nursing We’ll show you why this is wrong, and a costly misconception
How do you implement a lean system, when your customer demand changes daily?
No matter what you think your performance is, it could be better. A lot better. We’ll prove it.
How do you get your employees to actually use the tech that you’ve invested in, and not use ‘workarounds’?