When a job is complete, a signature of someone like the company man at a well site or the turnaround manager at a refinery facility is usually required. When moving to a digital solution, such as FieldFX®, to manage your mobile field operations, how can you still meet this signature requirement?

This February a FieldFX customer, Dover Artificial Lift, created a video to promote FieldFX internally at their inaugural DAL Continuous Improvement Summit. Josh Oed, Director of Operational Excellence at Dover Artificial Lift said, "We wanted to capture the benefits of FieldFX as it relates to PCS Ferguson, and share this with the other five Dover Artificial Lift companies. Having Dave Levitt speak to the benefits achieved between LiquidFrameworks and PCS Ferguson is an excellent marketing communication for us."

Recently LiquidFrameworks' Founder and COO, Travis Parigi participated in a webinar about the Lead-to-Cash process and the benefits companies that automate this process experience. Below is a link to a clip of this webinar which includes a great illustration of how a customer may reach out with a need multiple times, before they are identified. Pairing the Salesforce1 Marketing Cloud and Salesforce1 Sales Cloud with FieldFX allows for a seamless lead-to-cash process for companies in the oilfield, industrial and environmental service industries.

Many companies rely on the “Hey, did we bill for that?” method, which often occurs at the end of the week or the month. This highly interactive and interruption-driven process usually involves Operations Managers, Accounting Managers, and field technicians. Ultimately, after several rounds of verification, you catch any missing items and add them to the invoice (you hope).

Many companies in the oilfield, industrial and environmental services industries have customers that require a stamp on field tickets. The stamp is an actual rubber stamp with typically 5-6 boxes that need to be filled in with data such as a well number or signature of the company man.