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SOURCE FieldOne Systems, LLC

FieldOne Sky drives across-the board efficiency and cost savings for field service management of medical equipment supply, service and repair.

MAHWAH, N.J., Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A leader in cloud-based field service software, FieldOne Systems today announced that the company will present its award-winning field service management (FSM) solution, FieldOne Sky, to medical device providers and support executives at Field Service Medical in San Diego, California, from February 10-12. As North America's only event geared towards executives in the medical device service and support industry, the agenda at this year's conference includes discussions about the challenges faced by medical device and equipment manufacturers, resellers and service companies seeking to increase revenue - while simultaneously improving their overall service and support capabilities.

For medical device companies, FieldOne Sky provides integrated business solutions for delivering mission-critical services and managing increased consumables sales opportunities while maintaining regulatory compliance. Companies that sell, install, repair, and maintain medical and dental equipment – such as medical diagnostics and imaging equipment, surgical instruments, laser systems, and respiratory care equipment – can increase their competitive advantage, top-line revenue and bottom-line profitability through a consolidated, shared, enterprise solution.

FieldOne Sky is an agile, end-to-end software platform supporting all phases of FSM with: routing and scheduling functionality, seamless integrations with EMR, HIPAA/HITECH and 21 CFR Part 11 compliance, work process automation, flexible communication capabilities, reporting and business intelligence features. Sky's open architecture offers simplified integration, flexible deployment options, native apps for all major mobile platforms, and no-code customization driving rapid implementation and ROI. The solution includes an integrated knowledge base to capture crucial domain intelligence often lost in the field as experienced technicians retire. With Sky's simple to configure mobile platform, adding new assessments, surveys or any other data collection forms required are easy and fast to add or change by the consumer.

"With FieldOne Sky, medical device companies leverage the most comprehensive toolset in the industry and streamline operations and inventories while managing their most important asset – their teams - more efficiently," said Jim Hare, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "All this means cost reductions and efficiencies across the entire workflow, while improving consistent, dependable support for life-critical equipment and patient services. Beyond productivity gains, FieldOne Sky actually provides field agents with seamless connections to business rules and tools that facilitate upsells and cross-sells - proactively and on-the-spot - for new revenue streams."

For more information or to learn more about the benefits of FieldOne, visit www.fieldone.com or call 866-918-8324. To join the FieldOne Partner Program, please contact: partners@fieldone.com.

About FieldOne Systems
FieldOne Systems provides state-of-the-art software and services addressing the complex challenges customers face in managing enterprise field service organizations. Our software enables companies to provide the most customer-centric and profitable field service possible. We recognized that the disruption driven by mobility, cloud, and "big data" required a revolutionary solution designed to harness the capabilities of these technologies and launched FieldOne Sky - the agile platform for intelligent enterprise field service management. Sky provides the most comprehensive feature set, an open architecture for simplified integration, flexible deployment options, and on-demand configuration. These combined elements drive rapid implementation, maximum adaptability, and the fastest ROI in the industry. FieldOne's technology is driving the success of diverse enterprises across a wide cross-section of industries.

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