MINNEAPOLIS, April 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second year in a row, PowerObjects will be sponsoring the Field Service USA 2019 conference in Palm Desert, California from April 23-26, 2019. Field-service professionals and thought leaders from around the world will gather to learn about Internet of Things (IoT) concepts, Artificial Intelligence, and the latest field-service industry trends.
Bill Kern, Field Service Practice Director at PowerObjects, will be presenting a session on Wednesday, April 24, 2019. The presentation will educate attendees on how to leverage IoT and AI to produce real-time alerts for field technicians.
"PowerObjects is a leader in delivering Microsoft Business Applications for Field Service organizations. We work closely with Microsoft to ensure these companies realize true value with their Dynamics 365 experience," said Kern. "Our speaking session under the Service Parts Management Track on Wednesday afternoon will share our knowledge on how IoT, AI, and Connected Field Service can ensure your technicians bring the right part to the job, increasing first time fix rates and organizational efficiencies," he added.
PowerObjects will also be co-hosting the Bier Garten Party on Tuesday, April 23 at 6:00PM PDT where conference attendees will experience gemütlichkeit (the German word for the feeling of warmth and good cheer) as they "travel" to an authentic Bavarian beer hall for food, fun, and, of course, plenty of craft beer.
Learn more about Field Service USA and join the PowerObjects team April 23-26.
PowerObjects, an HCL Technologies Company is a leader in delivering Microsoft Business Applications solutions and the Dynamics 365 workloads through unparalleled offerings of service, support, education, and add-ons. Winner of the 2018 Microsoft US Partner Award for Business Applications in Dynamics Customer Service, PowerObjects strives to be the number one Microsoft Business Applications Provider in the world by delivering solutions that help organizations increase productivity, streamline business processes, and build better relationships.
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