Windisch, February 14th 2017: A massive congratulations to Bluekey Seidor in East Africa for winning the Q4 promotion – Most Net New Names. They won an iPad for their hard work and generated the most revenue in Q4 for Coresystems Add-ons by having the largest deal come through of 350 users.
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Emmy Award winning anchor Kym McNicholas talked with Manuel Grenacher, CEO of Coresystems AG, in an interview about trends and innovation around Field Service and how Crowd Service will have a huge impact on it. 
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Staying ahead of your competition is about more than meeting expectations. It is about going above and beyond to show your customers what you can provide them that other companies can not. The best way to accomplish this is to understand who your customers are and what they want.
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  2016 saw the rapid spread of already existing IoT, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technology. 2017 has something new on the horizon: digital twins, the latest tech trend.
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The past twenty years have seen rapid advancements in the development of mobile technology. Long gone are the days when cell phones merely served as a convenient substitute for landlines. Nowadays they manage our lives. But why hasn’t every field service company jumped on the mobile bandwagon?
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We’ve all been customers. And we’ve all had the kind of customer service experiences that make us throw up our hands in frustration, curse invisible representatives on the other end of the phone line, and shed tears of despair and fistfuls of hair.
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The online magazine Field Service News mentioned the feature from Coresystems using Amazons voice recognition engine Alexa to schedule service technicians.
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The participants of Coresystems and SAP’s contest had the possibility to win awesome prizes. We are looking forward to make Elfie Rabenbauer from Zurich Airport happy.
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Coresystems and SAP organized a contest. In addition to the awesome first prize the attendees had the possibility to win interesting additional prizes.
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Three European chemists -- Sir Fraser Stoddart, from Scotland, Bernard Feringa, from the Netherlands, and Jean-Pierre Sauvage, from France, have won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016. Their contribution to science is the development of the world’s tiniest machines which are made out of molecules. These machines -- which include molecular elevators, cars, and motors -- are nanometers in size.
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