The Exact Field Service app was already available on iOS for some time now, but not yet for Android devices. As of this week, service engineers can also use the app on an Android device, both tablets and phones.
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Soon the controlled release phase for the Android Field Service App for working offline will start. Besides the app for iOS, you can now also use this app when working with Android.
Today the Controlled Release phase for the hour entry app has started.
With this app consultants can submit planned and unplanned hours and check their planning via their mobile phone. This app enables consultants to enter their hours anytime and at any place to keep the administration update wherever the consultants are.
As from this week the CRM App for Android is in Controlled Release. This means that customers that participate, can work with the CRM App on an Android device now.
As of this week the HR Self Service App is available in Google Play. The HR Self Service App gives employees insight into their vacation days, payroll slips and personal dossiers at any time. They can also report in sick or request a vacation via the app.
As of today the new Field Service Q app with offline support is available in the App stores.
With this Exact now offers a new app that doesn’t require an internet connection. This enables the service engineer to perform the tasks that are essential to do his job, even when he is on the road or on a location where no internet connection is available.
As of this weekend the hour entry app is generally available. With this app consultants can submit planned and unplanned hours and check their planning via their mobile phone.
The app is suitable for Android and iOS.
After a successful Controlled Release period the CRM App for Android is generally available. The App contains several features such as:
Soon we will start with the Controlled Release phase for the new CRM App for Android and we are looking for participant for this Controlled Release.