MAHWAH, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 01/15/13 -- Excelling in IT field service management (FSM) solutions, FieldOne Systems, a leading provider of mobile and cloud-based field service solutions, today announced that FieldOne Sky has been honored with a Shining Star Award in the Enterprise Mapping or LBS category, and a Rising Star Award in the Field Service category. The 11th Annual Mobile Star Awards program is hosted by the mobile technology news and events site MobileVillage.com.
FieldOne Sky is a secure and scalable field service management system -- allowing service organizations to streamline business processes. Sky eliminates paperwork at every stage of a work order process -- from assignments to purchasing and accounting. In addition, the offering enables technicians with real-time access to such critical detail as information and client history -- as well as the ability to capture customer signatures onsite via smartphones and tablets of their preference. Due to these features, Sky is quickly becoming one of the field service management market's leading mobile field service tools -- driving new levels of workforce productivity and client satisfaction while reducing operational inefficiencies.
"Efficient collaboration with a mobile workforce is paramount to achieving a high level of customer satisfaction," said Ilan Slasky, Chief Executive Officer, FieldOne Systems. "FieldOne has developed some of the industry's most advanced field service, mobile solutions which enable technicians to leverage tablets and smartphones to boost their productivity and improve the customer experience. We are honored to receive this distinction among such notable competition."
As in past years, the Mobile Star Awards program showcases "best of" entries in dozens of categories covering enterprise mobile solutions, consumer mobile apps, enterprise success stories, technology visionaries, and more.
Winners were chosen by the nearly 10,000 subscribers of MobileVillage's "Go Mobile" -- a free bi-weekly email newsletter that delivers informative headlines and links to top mobile stories on major mobile tech sites, including: CNET, Engadget, Gizmodo, The Verge, Computerworld, and many others.
"The Mobile Star Awards pits today's most exciting new mobile products and companies against established competitors, and the thousands of mobile-savvy readers of 'Go Mobile' choose the winners," says Mobile Star Awards director Gary Thayer. "In this way, winners are chosen by real users who really love the products. Both the winners and nominees are respected in the mobile industry as the new 'stars' to watch."
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