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Smart Water Utility Report on Reducing Costs through Workforce Automation
Through real-world examples, workforce automation has demonstrated a rapid return on investment. Yet the percentage of water utilities using automated work orders for field operations remains low, visibility into service vehicle location is limited, and adoption of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) is slow.
Many utilities understand the benefits of workforce automation but justify delays in implementation due to the perceived cost. In this webcast recording, learn how Albuquerque Water is using this technology to cut driving miles by more than half and bring its work order backlog from 3,000 to 50 -- saving close to $1 million per year just by addressing faulty meters and inefficient work order processes. With results like these, can you afford NOT to implement workforce automation?
Viewers will learn how workforce automation technology:
- Improves operational efficiency
- Streamlines maintenance programs
- Provides greater customer satisfaction
- Reduces overall costs