Only a few years ago, smartwatches have been mere fitness trackers with very limited smart features. However, in a relatively short span of time, they evolved into one of the most promising and sought-after tech devices on the market.
Their capabilities are expanding rapidly – now you can not only receive and make phone calls, respond to text messages, track your fitness activities and get notifications, but also listen to music, use the built-in GPS, and even make contactless payments from your wrist.
There’s so much more to successfully completing an inspection than just filling out a form. It’s not only properly answering the questionnaires. Asking the right questions at the right moment is just as important, if not more.
In this blog post, we want to show you how you can leverage the capabilities of Resco Inspections to create impactful questionnaires and collect more insightful data – resulting in better decisions and increased workflow efficiency.
The oil and gas industry is one of the biggest sectors in the world in terms of annual revenue, producing an estimated $3.3 trillion yearly, according to IBISWorld. About 30 billion barrels of oil are consumed globally every year. Oil also accounts for a substantial percentage of energy consumption – 32% for Europe and Asia, 40% for North America, 41% for Africa, 44% for South and 53% for the Middle East.
Inspections in the oil and gas industry, even offshore, are still often performed with the help of a paper-based system. But holding on to the traditional way in today’s fast-paced world brings too many limitations and risks. The likelihood of human error due to inattentiveness is much higher with paper-based systems and those can have fatal consequences. Oil spills cause vast environmental and health damages and effectively preventing them should be a priority for all oil and gas companies. More and more companies realize this and as a result, are making the switch to digital tools.
In 2015, we wrote a blog post about the future of CRM, with some predictions for the next five years. We thought it would be fun to look back at those predictions and see what became a reality and what remained just a fantasy.
The digital world is right in front of your eyes – literally
“Contact lenses with a built-in camera? That challenge has been already taken on in 2015. Can you begin to picture what could augmented reality bring on by 2020? CRM enthusiasts could benefit from using data live-streamed to their phones, for instance.”