eBECS are one of a number of Field Service Management system providers who are sponsoring at the Field Service Management Expo across the next three days.
It is one Europe’s key events event dedicated to the service management and field service industries, showcasing the latest technologies and practices from industry experts in London’s ExCel centre.
As part of the Protection & Management Series, those registered to attend Field Service Management Expo will not only access to the Field Service Management Expo, but four other shows as well, including; Firex International, IFSEC International, Facilities Show, Safety & Health Expo. The Protection & Management series attracts 45,000 visitors, more than 1,600 exhibitors, and with your Field Service Management Expo badge you will have access to them all.
There will also be free education sessions within the popular Field Service Solutions Theatre returns, taking place at the heart of Field Service Management Expo 2017, hosting a series of interviews, presentations and panel debates, plus a chance to work with fellow professionals over a drink at the end of each day’s education. This theatre is the ideal place to update your core industry knowledge and view bite-sized updates and demonstrations of the very latest inventions and innovations in the Service Management Industry.
eBECS themselves are a specialist in total Microsoft Business Solutions drawing on the full Microsoft stack, including Microsoft Dynamics AX, NAV and CRM, Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft’s intelligent business cloud. However, eBECS have a particularly strong history in Field Service – having developed the unique eBECS Field Service Accelerator for Microsoft Dynamics and the eBECS Site Assessment Survey. Both these solutions are part of a complete set of eBECS IP for Dynamics 365 that extends and enhances the already powerful capabilities of Dynamics 365.
You can find out more about how these additional tools enhance the Microsoft Field Service solution by visiting the eBECS team at M615 in hall N6 across the next three days.