Posts Tagged ‘Maintenance blog’

Is there too much or too little technology in the workplace?

Friday, September 20th, 2013

Look at the buzzwords in technology and businesses today. From BYOD to portable data capture, Hyper-V to water cooled graphics cards, ERP to LMS there is no doubt about it, the amount of technology in business is growing at a fast pace. But a constant debate we’ve had over the last decade is do businesses have too much or too little technology? (more…)

System testing methodology and delivery support required for maintenance operation

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

A maintenance and repair organisation required help to improve their system testing methodology as well as system test delivery.  They turned to Juniper Innovations’ consultants for advice: (more…)

Technology project delivery help given to major maintenance and repair operator

Monday, December 12th, 2011

Juniper Innovations have provided technology project delivery to help a major maintenance and repair operator. (more…)

IT strategy support provided for maintenance organisation

Monday, November 21st, 2011

A maintenance and repair organisation required IT strategy advice including a review their existing software, hardware and service levels.  Juniper Innovations were asked to provide some advice to help improve both their customer and IT service levels. (more…)

Wall Street Journal Discusses Productivity Tools

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Juniper Innovations large asset tracking 1.2.jpgThe Wall Street Journal recently published an article about the use and misuse of heavy equipment fleet. All related to Asset Management and GPS tracking equipment, the article echoes many good points and examples of where and how this technology is employed, including the monitoring of over productive workers, engines that run too fast and lunches being eaten in air conditioned cabs. (more…)

Juniper Innovations review specialist lone worker devices

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Employers have a duty of care to ensure their employees are safe from harm and are supported when working alone and away from their employer’s place of work.  To help meet the obligations Juniper Innovations have reviewed a state of the art, portable lone worker device called the Mambo. (more…)

Field worker apps for construction workers

Friday, December 17th, 2010

If your field workers already use up to date mobile phones, what suitable mobile phone applications exist to reduce costs, improve information speed and accuracy and enable faster billing?  For example helping reduce driver mileage, paperwork, then at the same time speed up job allocation and timesheets for billing?


Signs that your construction company is growing too big for Microsoft Excel

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

For some construction companies there are very few draw backs of using Microsoft Excel as an estimating, planning and scheduling tool however are dangers lurking around the corner?  Here are some signs that your company is out-growing spreadsheet software. (more…)

Add job allocation to your existing GPS tracking system

Thursday, November 25th, 2010

If you work in maintenance & repair and already have a GPS tracking system for your mobile workforce, however want to add job allocation and task management solutions, you can do so easily with mobile apps and job allocation solutions. (more…)