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Are you ready to revolutionize your operations and take your field service system to the next level? 

Webinar: Optimizing Facilities Management with Technology: When to Upgrade Your Field Service System + How AI Fits In 


In this dynamic and insightful webinar, Velosio and IFMA are collaborating to explore the power of technology and the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in revolutionizing field service management. Our expert speakers will provide valuable insights on identifying the right time to upgrade your field service system and how incorporating AI can significantly enhance your facilities management processes. 

The webinar also delves into the benefits of leveraging Dynamics 365 for Field Service, a comprehensive solution designed to optimize operations, drive efficiency, and deliver exceptional customer service.

Register now to unlock the potential of technology-driven facilities management. 

Meet the Presenters

Dave Sigler is the Field Service operational lead at Velosio. He has over 30 years of experience in field service, ranging from working as a technician to a business analyst. He's also worked in a variety of industries, such as facilities management and medical device, before becoming a Dynamics 365 Field Service Consultant.

Jason Wietharn is the owner for Field Service business within Velosio. Jason has over 30 years of operational experience. Experience such as leading Sales, Customer Service, and Field Service Operations. However, his real passion is helping organizations and people achieve their North Star.

Dean Stanberry has more than 20 years of broad-based experience in facility management, real estate portfolio management, process and quality improvement, procurement, workplace services, program and project management, space and occupancy planning, sustainability, information systems implementation, and critical environment operations. Prior to his recent role as Director – FM Services with Abraxas Energy Consulting, Stanberry worked at JLL, first on the Charles Schwab account and later on the Xerox account. Before that he worked at the Trizetto Group.