Herman Goldner Increases Efficiency, Customer Satisfaction with Key2Act’s MobileTech

April 29, 2019

The Herman Goldner Company expected that adopting Key2Act’s MobileTech would help them streamline processes and become more efficient. The mobile approach has also helped make technicians more independent, because they can rapidly exchange information with the home office, and it has reduced manual scanning and archiving.

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