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Data Management Digest

Data collection and management best practices for field service teams.

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Workflow Automation | Reporting | iFormBuilder

Single-Offering Solutions vs. End-to-End Solutions: What’s Right for You?

By: Laura Pyne
February 20th, 2018

When you come across a business need and start searching for a solution or remedy, there’s probably no shortage of potential apps, tools or software options. Technology-based tools have never been more available.

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Healthcare | Clinical Research

Reducing Trial Costs by Reducing Duplicate Efforts

By: Caroline Kenwell
February 16th, 2018

The cost to drive a single drug or medical device to market is staggering. In fact, according to a recent study by Tufts, the cost to develop a single pharmaceutical drug averages out to around $2.6 billion.

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Automating Field Operations for Electric Cooperatives

Guide: The Electric Cooperatives Guide to Automating Field Operations

Learn how electric co-ops can automate their current workflows to collect organized data, drive compliance, and improve results.

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Data Management | Data Security

Increasing Confidence Using Permissions

By: Laura Pyne
February 14th, 2018

As an employer, building a team of employees and/or contractors that are engaged, satisfied and proficient is likely a top priority. You want your team to work together to accomplish target goals, to increase effectiveness and to grow both now and in the future.

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Smart Water

OSHA Compliance in a Snap

By: Connor Henwood
February 13th, 2018

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration – OSHA – is nothing new for those involved in Smart Water inspections. For employers who send contractors and employees into the field to perform critical tasks, like manhole cover inspections, ensuring their safety and their adherence to OSHA standards is not something that can be taken lightly.

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Healthcare | Clinical Engineering

Regular Inspections: The Key to Increased Equipment Lifespans

By: Scott Carter
February 12th, 2018

There are few things in this world as important - or critical - as equipment inside a hospital. Equipment in a hospital setting saves lives when used as designed. On the converse side, if an unexpected malfunction, or error, occurs, the outcome can be costly (at best), or even deadly (at worst).

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Master Planning: Expanding Services Without Added Equipment

By: MJ Nesgoda
February 9th, 2018

In healthcare - especially in the hospital setting - costs are critical. Finding a way to minimize spending while maximizing patient care is an ongoing objective.

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