Field Service Automation Software Leader to Help Global Consulting Firm Increase Operational Efficiency of Servicing Utility Customers
Field Squared, Inc., the industry’s first Field Service Automation Platform, announced that TRC Companies, a leading global consulting, engineering and construction management firm, selected Field Squared as the backbone technology across its utility field service operations.
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“Since 2016, TRC has expanded our field services offering to the natural gas distribution industry, where we help our customers maintain the safety and integrity of their distribution systems,” stated Nate Spayde,
With 140 offices around the world, and servicing many notable Fortune 500 utility companies, TRC has provided pioneering solutions to the power, infrastructure, environmental and energy markets for over 50 years.
TRC sought all-in-one software to meet the requirements of a corporate initiative to adopt technology to increase operational efficiency.
Field Squared will support TRC’s major client utility services projects, helping TRC to:
- Increase scheduling efficiency via a centralized schedule view
- Improve field data collection with Mobile Smart Forms, replacing disjointed tools
- Empower field technicians to plan their day and capture inspection data with Field Squared’s Mobile Application
- Report on customer projects and leverage data to make informed business decisions
TRC has future plans to integrate client systems with Field Squared.
“It is exceptional to be a part of TRC’s digital transformation. We are excited Field Squared was chosen as the automation engine behind the company’s field service operations, and we are elated to welcome TRC as our customer,” said Christopher James Camut, Director, President and CEO of Field Squared.
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