August 13, 2020

Webinar Recording: Adapting Field Operations During Covid-19 Using Mobile Tech

Elaine Chang

Webinar Recording: Adapting Field Operations During Covid-19 Using Mobile Tech

The global Covid-19 pandemic has caused nonprofits and social enterprises working in remote communities to re-examine their field operations to determine how important business functions can be continued while ensuring the health and safety of customers and field staff.

We recently presented a webinar highlighting how TaroWorks clients SOIL Haiti, Solar Sister and Solidaridad Network are adapting field operations to Covid-19 using our mobile field service app and the Salesforce CRM to serve customers and beneficiaries while keeping their field agents safe.

Be it delivering sanitation services, selling clean energy products or working with farmers, we hope the information on how mobile technology can help field teams adjust operations during the pandemic will be helpful to you.

Below is the webinar recording, which highlights efforts like sanitation pickup route optimization, virtual sales training and distribution of technology tools directly to farmers among the strategies employed.

We’ll be recapping the webinar in more detail and will soon make it available on our blog, where you can also find posts about other industry news and client stories.

If there are any other ways we can help you adjust to the business challenges Covid-19 has presented to us all, we’d be happy to discuss!


About the author...

Elaine Chang


Elaine’s background in marketing research and data analytics has shaped her goal of helping organizations use insights from better data to create positive change in communities. She has a BS in Marketing and Finance from New York University, and an MBA from the University of Michigan. Elaine is based in Washington, DC.


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