Countless factors go into your decision for the best mobile forms and data collection tool for your business. You may be weighing features, ease of use, compliance, and cost. The comparison below can help you decide if Device Magic or Form.com is right for your business.
There are many benefits to solar energy; it’s a clean, renewable energy source and often more cost effective. In a country like Pakistan, where energy costs twice as much as in the U.S., reducing energy costs by installing a solar energy system is a major benefit for businesses and residential clients.
Greenewable Solar is a solar EPC company, “which means we do the engineering, construction and procurement of solar plants for the residential, agricultural, and rural sectors,” said Shazim Chhapra, CEO of Greenewable Solar.
The company is based and operates across Pakistan, and has completed over 750 solar installations. Projects range from ground mounted and rooftop solar systems for residential and commercial clients, to agricultural solar installations and rural electrification.
Mobile forms help companies streamline their data collection and present a way for companies to fill and submit traditional paper forms like reports, audits, or inspections on mobile devices. They're also easy to use and set up.
Here's how to quickly get started with using mobile forms for your business.
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Poor customer service is one of the silent killers of modern business. Just think about it. You might spend hundreds or thousands of dollars to acquire a customer. Then, poor service angers the customer, and you lose years of future revenue. How much is at stake?
A 2018 article in Inc. magazine estimated that, on average, a customer stays with a company for 2.5 years. In other industries such as banking and insurance, the goal is even more ambitious: retain customers for decades.
If everyone knows that customer service and retention matter, why does this happen? There are a few common causes of most customer service complaints.
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Construction supervisors are under tremendous pressure at work. Management and clients are pushing to meet deadlines. Employees need guidance, reminders to use their safety equipment, and training. But that’s not all. You probably also need to pitch in from time to time when somebody calls in sick.
With all these daily pressures, it's easy to fall for the lie of just working more hours every day to get through everything on your list.