Service Management Software Uk

“Job Management Software UK” – “Service Management Software UK” Why is “UK” included on web searches for software?

One of the biggest things we see from customers who find our pages online is the fact that on google or bing they add “UK” to their search term.

This has led us to ask why? Why do service management businesses not want to use job management software that is supported from overseas and not in the UK.

Looking at what we do here at Husky and how often we speak to our customers we understand that a big factor in this is the timezone differences between businesses overseas and here. Understandable right? Then what about Europe? they might be one or two hours difference so what is the problem?

Then we realised that companies want to deal with companies in the same country. Is it a culture thing, hearing an accent that they are used to, even comfortable with? Another reason may be the physical distance from one business to their supplier, that cozy feeling knowing that the supplier is reachable physically.

One thing that is apparent though is the huge increase in traffic from these types of searches.

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Does Husky A.I have direct software competition?

Competition? What Competition?

All joke’s aside, we know each day we compete with similar businesses who sell field service software.

One thing that is clear and also apparent is not all field service software is made the same. They all differ in someway or another. When buying field service software you cannot just look at price and make a decision.

Husky Field Service A.I is not the right solution for every business, we rarely see businesses with under 10 employees opt for our processes of building their own software.

Being a hybrid platform, we already house all the main features your business will require. With this being said, we also have revolutionary, unique software building tools, so your business can create a made to measure field service platform.

This is where the thought process of, if you are the right customer with bespoke requirements and the right budget… Then we actually do not have any competition, because no one else does what we do,exactly.

Some of the big things with Husky is you create your own software, you become business led rather than industry led. Other software programs for field service may focus they’re one version of software on a specific industry and try and re arrange your processes to fit in with they’re one version.

Husky field service software has 1000’s of versions of their software, every customer has a unique Husky software  build. Built by them, for them with the benefit of over 15 years of expert knowledge and software design.

This big difference calls in to question “off the shelf” packages “one size fits all” platforms. It also raises the question is Husky field service platform in reality facing more competition from “bespoke software development houses”??

The answer to that is no. To build a platform for your business without Husky is going to cost you £100,000’s but also years of time, so by the time its built and the money is spent… you are ready for an upgrade.

With Husky it is going to cost you a lot less and take a lot less time to roll out your system as half the work is already done with our main framework already built. With Husky the canvas is ready to paint on, where as with a “bespoke development houses” they haven’t even invented the canvas.

So do we have competition? Of course. Do we have direct competition? No.


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Field Service Automation – Less isn’t More

Field Service Automation


LESS ISN’T MORE – When it comes to field service management

Most field service companies that have over 10-15 staff in the field will struggle to grow any further without some sort of software automation.

If these companies deploy an off the shelf, one size fits all field service software they will 100% see some time savings.

The next stage, businesses matching 30+ employees may look to develop software internally to match their specific needs. The other option is to employ a bespoke software development team to develop it for them.

Both of these options have flaws, one being cost and upkeep of software that is just used by you. The first 3 year costs could easily run in to the £100,000’s.

The 3rd option is HUSKY AI. A hybrid system that meets all the options in the middle. A system that can be developed for your business but has all the off the shelf features at its disposal.

Your not starting from scratch and utilising over 8 years of development by creating your own personal platform. HUSKY AI is unique to your business and developed by you, for you.

At the end of the day who knows your business better than you?

More options, more features, more bespoke… Less certainly isn’t more.

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What is A.I & how can it be used in the service management industry?

What is A.I & how can it be used in the service management industry?

Over the last few weeks, I have discussed the difference between Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, while also exploring the world of Artificial Intelligence. At Husky Intelligence we are continually striving to produce a better software with technological features not seen in other Field Service Management software. Our use of automated features enables us to set the standard. But, what if a machine could learn without being explicitly programmed? What if the machine could produce its own automation features without the assistance of human interaction?

What it is – technology check

Machine learning is a component of Artificial Intelligence in that the system learns without human interference. Essentially, we give the machine the data and it will learn from that data and produce its own results. Many companies and their engineers are realizing the advantages and benefits of giving the information to the system and letting it think for itself. The engineers realized the efficiency of coding these systems to think like humans and give access to the internet where they would have all the information in the world.

Examples and Applications

Arthur Samuel coined the term “machine learning” in 1959 while working for IBM. Samuel, if you recall from the Artificial Intelligence blog, was responsible for programming a computer to play chess and compete against some of the best chess players in the world. Machine learning studies patterns and constructs algorithms to assist it in making predictions or decisions. Though you may not have heard of machine learning, we witness it in action almost every day. Your email is a prime example of machine learning. The system learns your email habits and automates a filtering process to separate legitimate emails from spam or malicious ones. In 2014, computer engineers were successful in creating a machine that contained an algorithm that could study art paintings and produce a list of influences from other artists found in that painting. Surprisingly, influences never before thought of were provided that left many stunned.

Outlook of Machine Learning

The world of machine learning has a promising and vibrant future. Industries that work with large amounts of data can benefit from this technology. The self-automation features are providing efficient ways for companies to better run their process while gaining advantage over their competitors. Public safety and utility agencies for the government are using machine learning to assist them detect fraud and minimize identity theft. Health care companies using machine learning technology, such as wearable devices and sensors, can track and assess a patient’s health in real time. This technology allows doctors to analyse data and spot trends leading to better diagnoses and treatments.

Field Service Management companies can benefit greatly from machine learning. The ability for the system to spot trends and run more efficiently enables companies to escape the unnecessary headaches and complications! Husky Intelligence sees the potential and benefit of machine learning. To provide a better system for our field service management customers, we are implementing new automated features that can help your company run more efficiently, provide real-time data, and identify trends that the human brain would never predict. Husky Intelligence understands the advantages machine learning has in our ever-growing technological society, and our customers deserve the best.