Following a period of rapid growth, leading field service management software simPRO, has expanded to Ireland. The expansion marks the start of an ongoing strategic plan to further business reach outside of the global company’s main operating locations of Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.
With solutions for every field service workflow, full visibility of operations and access to data from anywhere, simPRO has long been identified across the world as a key tool for businesses looking to future-proof operations.
UK and Ireland Head of Sales, Simon Tushingham Jones said the global company recognised the potential to help Irish field service businesses prepare for growth and set them up for ongoing success following what has been a challenging year.
“simPRO enables businesses to access information from anywhere and at any time. It’s a software solution businesses in Ireland could really benefit from at the moment as they prepare for the future,” Simon said.
“As a company, we knew as long as there is investment in terms of infrastructure in the region, there would always be a space for field service business growth, and such, a space for simPRO.”
Dublin based Business Development Manager, Neil Batt, joined simPRO in December ‘20 and hit the ground running, working hard to support businesses to invest in their future success.
“While there is apprehension in the marketplace currently, it is also the perfect time to invest in software to help your business when the industry bounces back,” Neil said.
“There will be a positive change in the industry - we’re already seeing movement in infrastructure investment and that will only improve over time.”
While the current climate has presented incredible challenges to those in the field service industry, it also provides a unique opportunity to review current processes, create efficiency and prepare for positive changes in the market going forward.
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