Field service processescan be quite complex. From scheduling service appointments and filling out work order forms, to collecting data,taking photos in the field, and then uploading them to a CRM system. It involves many steps that need to be carefully considered and executed. That’s why even a minor mistake can cost a lot.
However, you can significantly reduce the number oferrors, while also speeding up and streamlining the entire by choosing Resco as your field service mobile platform. By doing so, Salesforce users can leverageall the benefits of Resco Inspections. In this blog post, we’ll show you how.
The Resco Inspections app for Salesforce comes with several sample questionnaire checklists for manufacturing, energy, and property maintenance processes. All templates have been designed in cooperation with our customers andpartners. They are a result of the countless discussions we had with them atconferences all around the world.
There are 12 free templates in total andall of them can be used straight away or you can use them as a starting point for further customization to fit your specific processes. You can access the templates in just a matter of minutes, speeding up and simplifying the process of questionnaire building, as well as the entire inspections process.
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.
We get a lot of questions regarding how the data is stored in Inspections for Salesforce. This blog post will answer all those questions – and more!
Let’s start with the basics
Resco Inspections is represented by 4 objects: Questionnaire, Question Group, Question, and as of recently, Questionnaire Folder. All Resco Inspections data is stored in these four objects. There is no additional system, database, or middleware involved. Continue reading →
If you are a home inspection professional, landlord, or property manager, you know that proper facility inspections are necessary for a smooth rental, property sale, or law compliance. It provides verified data for all participants of the contract and ensures all parties are aware of the pre-rental or pre-sale condition of the property.
In this blog, you can learn about how to download, customize, and start utilizing the ready-to-use move-in move-out form in Resco Inspections. By making the whole process digital, on-site professionals can complete inspections quicker, managers get real-time field information, and customers can immediately view standardized reports, helping them to resolve possible future disputes.
Resco Inspections’ Summer Update focuses on improving managerial experience, delivering insightful data, and helping managers schedule tasks more effectively. Let’s look at the features that make this possible: Continue reading →
We get a lot of questions regarding how the data is stored in Inspections for Dynamics 365. This blog post will answer all those questions – and more!
Let’s start with the basics
Generally, Resco Inspections is represented by 4 entities: Questionnaire, Question Group, Question, and as of recently, Questionnaire Folder. All Resco Inspections data is stored in these four entities. There is no additional system, database, or middleware involved.
The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the biggest challenges we have faced in the modern era. Governments are now starting to carefully consider lifting some of the restrictions and lockdowns, but the coronavirus is probably going to stay around for some time. As scientists and health experts point out – until the vaccine comes, we will likely have to adapt to new conditions. This “new standard” will also impact the enterprise, and it won’t be just a short term change. So, how can mobility and, more specifically, Resco technology help you to overcome these unparalleled times?
The Spring Update 2020 of Resco Inspections comes with a lot of usability improvements and simplified solutions that are real time-savers. Let’s take a look at some of the key highlights of this update:
No technical skills needed to create questionnaire templates
You need to create questionnaire templates, but feel like it requires way more technical knowledge and skills than you possess? With the improvedQuestionnaire Designerthis isn’t a problem anymore.We made the Designer moresuitable for business users, so they can use it justas smoothly as those with a technical background.