Field Force Tracker delivers advanced API for integration of its award winning field service software with other operational systems. It improves data collection, streamlines workflows and enhances efficiency for field service operations.
Field Force Tracker, the leader in made-for-mobile, cloud-based field service automation solutions, today announced the release of updated Application Programming Interface (API) for its award winning Field Service Software. This allows its customers to integrate their operational systems and other custom enterprise software with Field Force Tracker. The improved API increases data accuracy, speeds up data collection and automates data routing between operational system and the Field Service System. The result is a seamless experience of management of client’s field service operations.
Field service operations depend on the accurate and timely information available to dispatcher and technicians. If one system is generating fault events, and that data needs to be transferred to field force automation software, then a good API is the only way to transfer information in timely manner between two systems. Using paper forms to transfer data leads to double data entry, which is a very error prone process. With the enhanced capabilities of Field Force Tracker, the company has been able to integrate production systems of Telecom Companies and Call Center based VOIP systems of other providers to Field Force Tracker.
“The enhancements in the Field Force Tracker API have made it very easy to automate our customer’s entire Work Flows. Now that we have integrated client’s call center system into Field Force Tracker, it has transformed the all-important data collection for our customers,” says Mark Robinson, Sales Manager of Field Force Tracker. “Field Force Tracker APIs simplify field service data collection, improves data quality, and enables real-time data sharing. The use of system APIs to capture data not only saves time and eliminates paperwork, but ensures accurate records are being kept that can be used to create insightful reporting.”
Field Force Tracker APIs available to all new and existing Field Force Tracker customers. They can extend the feature set with the enhanced mobile forms capabilities, and better system integration. Field Force Tracker, a mobile enabled web-based field service management software, streamlines technician scheduling, dispatch, customer management, vendor and employee management, work orders, equipment maintenance, inventory tracking, contracts, estimates, invoices, payments and accounting. It is considered one of the most feature rich software of its kind.
Commenting on the launch of new API, Dr. Brijesh Kumar, CTO and Head of Technology at Rapidsoft Systems said, “We believe that Field Force Tracker is the most comprehensive software for field service management. It takes care of everything from customer management to the payment collection for a service company. By using this software, our clients can see major improvement in their productivity and the customer satisfaction.”
About Field Force Tracker
Force Tracker (http://www.fieldforcetracker.com) is a leading global provider of its award winning mobile workforce solutions for service-based businesses of all sizes delivered as software-as-a-service (SaaS). Its solutions enable businesses of all sizes (from 1 user to 10,000 users) to meet the challenges associated with managing and running complex service operations. It helps in improving the productivity of their mobile workforce.
With Field Force Tracker customers can create service schedule and route quickly, dispatch sooner, collect correct information at once in the field and invoice faster. The field service software makes it easy for users to eliminate waste, get more done in less time and be more profitable.
Field Force Tracker is a wholly owned unit of Rapidsoft Systems Inc. (http://www.rapidsoftsystems.com). Rapidsoft Systems, Inc. has its main office in Princeton, NJ, USA, a US R&D Center in Mercerville NJ, and sales, support and development offices in Palo Alto, CA, USA, Singapore, Dubai (UAE), Bombay, and Noida (India).