Mobile Working


Collect and analyse data while working offsite to save time and increase productivity. Conduct digital surveys while visiting tenants and share the results straight away. Survey properties, trees and other assets using accurate location information to reduce risk and improve response times. Use ArcGIS mobile apps to reduce errors when gathering data, share real time information and provide unbeatable customer service.

SUCCESS STORY

Smart working on the go

Bracknell Forest Homes facilitate faster, more efficient processes through mobile data collection, allowing their Tree Team to manage 10,000 trees with just two members of staff. The solution allows multiple stakeholders, both internal and external, to gain access to large quantities of accurate survey information. Discover how Forest Homes work smarter to deliver the best possible service to customers while achieving significant cost savings.

Increase productivity

Accurately locate assets, carry out digital surveys and share information, while in the field

Bracknell Forest case study

Reduce customer complaints

Improve response times to tenant complaints and identify problems in advance.

Bracknell Forest news article

Share accurate data

Record information using the precise location before making it available onlineĀ 

Homes in Havering case study

Specialised Apps

ArcGIS Collector

Put mapping in the hands of your mobile workforce to improve the efficiency of internal processes and reduce response times to customers.

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ArcGIS Survey123

Collect information while out visiting tenants to save time and increase productivity.

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ArcGIS Navigator

Route your field workforce, define travel modes and search your assets.

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ArcGIS Workforce

Maximise efficiency by syncing your mobile apps to assign tasks, navigate to them, and collect data in one workflow.

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Resources

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