Thursday, 10 February 2011

TBS field mobility experts announce Canadian business briefings

TBS Enterprise Mobility to lead seminars in Vancouver and Calgary with backing from Motorola, Microsoft, Ideaca and Qdata.

European leaders in field mobility technology will deliver a workforce management briefing to Canadian businesses at Microsoft headquarters in Vancouver (March 9th) and Calgary (March 10th).

With the European market for field mobility solutions firmly established as one of the most advanced and competitive in the world, Canada is braced for a new wave of smart technology from across the Atlantic.

An experienced and successful market leader in Europe, the United Kingdom’s TBS Enterprise Mobility will host the briefings.  In association with UK Trade & Investment, TBS will present Mobilized Workforce Management - ‘Lunch & Learn’ seminars in Vancouver and Calgary, supported by its partners Ideaca, Microsoft, Motorola and Qdata.

TBS Enterprise Mobility produces TaskMaster, an innovative workforce management platform designed for the Windows Phone operating system and commonly deployed on Motorola devices for field worker enterprise.

Steve Reynolds, Managing Director of TBS Enterprise Mobility, commented: “We’ve helped customers such as G4S (Group4Securicor), VINCI Facilities and Balfour Beatty to achieve levels of customer service which were not possible using manual, paper-based processes.

“The briefings will detail the mobile computing solutions available, using case studies to illustrate how businesses have increased the productivity of field staff, improved data quality and reduced costs using TaskMaster,” he added.

Practical examples of solutions will complement the chance to question a panel of experts, learn about all the technologies available and network with an elite selection of mobile executives.

Attendees will hear how real business issues have been resolved using carefully tailored mobile computing solutions, delivering quick return on investment.

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