Resco’s Autumn Update 2020 will arrive at the end of September. And today, you can already check out several exciting additions planned for the new release! Continue reading
Field Service scenarios are synonymous with standardized work processes, checklists, inspections, or even regulatory procedures that can quickly scale in terms of their complexity. That’s why one of the key value adds of turning to Resco as your field service mobile platform is the opportunity to leverage Resco Inspections in your existing mobile project to model and complete these complex mobile work experiences with ease. Continue reading
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.
A week ago, we launched our new solution – Inspections for Industry Verticals. As we revealed, it comes with several predefined questionnaire templates for manufacturing, energy, and property maintenance process.
There’s 9 brand-new templates available out-of-the-box at the moment. And today we want to show you where exactly can you find them, what they look like, and how can you use and even customize them. Continue reading
It’s April 2020. Companies do not send their workers to the field the way they used to. According to tsia (Technology Services Industry Association), 88% of companies are restricting or eliminating on-site deployments due to crisis. Continue reading
With every operation, a surgeon must follow hygiene protocols very strictly. Before surgery, surgeons have to scrub their hands for 5 full minutes. During the surgery, they are obligated to wear surgical face masks. The masks do a good job of protecting the surgical field from pathogens.
From the operating room to every workplace
Not that long ago, the face masks were mainly being used for medical purposes. Also, in the past few years, it wasn’t that uncommon to see people in countries like China or Japan protecting themselves from pollution this way. Now, face masks have become a part of our everyday outfit in many countries. What has changed? Continue reading
Did you know the human brain can process images up to 60,000 times faster than words? Furthermore, 90% of the information transmitted to our brain is visual. Simply put, we process and respond to visual data far better than any other type of information.
So how about further boosting the efficiency of your field team by adding custom images to any picklist (Option Set question) in your Inspections questionnaires? Continue reading
Resco is used by more than 2,500 customers around the globe. We have seen a wide range of implementations, utilizations, use cases and scenarios of Resco’s mobile solutions. Often, we are impressed with creative ways our partners and customers leverage our technology.
There is a huge number of client implementations that include some sort of inspection-related activities: be it surveys using custom logic, check in/check out, drag ‘n’ drop scheduler, and more. Possibilities of using mobile devices and applications for inspection purposes are almost limitless – no matter the use case. Several Resco partners and customers have created heavily customized apps to provide an effective inspection execution. Continue reading
The addition of snippets to Resco Inspections’ Designer enables an effortless way of reusing various questionnaire parts.
A snippet may consist of individual questions or entire groups of questions. It can be built from scratch or by copying a selected part of an existing questionnaire. All snippets are stored in the Snippet library. From there they can be easily pasted into any questionnaire template. Continue reading
It’s confirmed. Humans have shorter attention span than goldfish these days. According to a research an average human’s attention span has fallen from 12 seconds in 2000, to 8 seconds in 2015. Meanwhile, goldfish are believed to have an attention span of 9 seconds.
Therefore, making questionnaire forms shorter, easier to understand and customized based on the respondent’s answers is key to get people to fill out questionnaires properly. Continue reading