Field Service Trends and 2023 Predictions
November 7, 2022
November 7, 2022
At this very moment, companies are navigating their planning cycles without access to critical information. Pricing fluctuations, supply chain disruptions, the continuing labor crisis––these volatile market conditions are creating unprecedented uncertainty in the field service industry as we go into the new year. Service leaders want to know: what is the route forward?
With data mined from millions of work orders, we’ll arm you with the information you need to stay one step ahead and inform smart, effective planning for 2023.
"We're going to go deeper than market averages. We're going to cover key trends related to specific verticals and equipment. We can leverage our data to make predictions, and we can also draw insight from the industry's COVID recovery to help us understand what a recession cycle would look like––if that happens."
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Wael Mohammed has been in the IT services industry for more than 27 years. He has held leadership roles in startups and large enterprises, including SPS Commerce, IBM, and Target. Wael is currently the Executive Vice President of Strategy at Field Nation and oversees product management, product design, and data science. He is a master in identifying product and market growth opportunities, taking new products to market, and maximizing product performance.
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