Field Operation Management is utilized for resources in a few enterprises.
- Field Operation Management in the agriculture segment.
- In the telecommunications and cable industry, professionals who install cable or run telephone lines.
- In property maintenance landscaping, and home and office cleaning.
- In medical care, nurses give in-home consideration to the elderly or disabled.
- In heavy designing, mining, industrial, and producing, technicians dispatched for preventative support and repair.
- In gas utilities, engineers who are dispatched to explore and fix suspected leaks.
Field Operation Management must meet certain requirements
- User’s expectations: users expect that their service should not be disrupted, and should be quickly reestablished
- Equipment: Expensive modern equipment in mining or oil and gas can cost millions when sitting inactive
- Low employee profitability: Managers can't screen field workers, which may reduce the efficiency
- Cost: The rising expense of fuel, vehicle support, and parts stock
- Service to deals: Increasingly, organizations anticipate that their services division should create incomes.
- Information and innovation: On many occasions, the information for analytics is missing, stale or inaccurate.