Verisae focuses on the future at DistribuTECH 2016 in Orlando

Verisae, global provider of maintenance, machine to machine monitoring, and mobile workforce solutions, invites DistribuTECH 2016 attendees to Booth 658 to learn about the impact of the Internet of things on the utilities industry and to see a demonstration of Verisae’s mobile workforce management solution.

IoT-driven field service is a process driven by the data that is collected from assets and workforces. This process changes the way maintenance work is planned and the workforce is scheduled.

For utilities, incorporating the existing monitoring and predictive technology with a flexible workforce management system enhances the entire service supply chain, allowing for better prediction of outages and increased interoperability across the various technological platforms used to monitor, analyze, manage and act on asset and service performance.

Most technology companies lack the rich functionality that utility companies need to effectively serve their customers. Verisae has 15+ years of experience serving utilities across the globe and offers a solution — whether on-premise or in the cloud — with capabilities that efficiently respond to a utility provider’s demands within field service and workforce management.

Verisae’s IoT and field service solutions leverage data from the smart grid and intelligent assets and manage any type of utility field service work resulting in more reliable service delivery, faster emergency response and a highly efficient workforce.

“Verisae is a leader in solutions that can transform field service organizations both in terms of efficiency and the customer experience,” said Verisae CEO Jerry Dolinsky, “That leadership continues with DistribuTECH 2016. This event gives attendees a chance to learn more about Verisae’s commitment to the utility industry.”

Visit Booth 658 at DistribuTECH and talk to Verisae about how the Internet of things is changing the utilities industry and how we can help you drive field efficiency and improve customer experience.

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