Below is our Salesforce Field Service Lightning Implementation Checklist (FSL Checklist) based on a plethora of successful enterprise-level implementations across numerous verticles.
Delivering excellent service at any stage of the customer lifecycle is critical, but especially during the FSL implementation. This is why we created this Salesforce Field Service Lightning implementation checklist, to ensure our strategy is rock solid. To optimize efficiency, forward-thinking field service organizations are blending modern technology and predictive analytics to look at field service operations holistically. By analyzing every aspect of the customer experience, service organizations can start to leverage performance patterns and environmental factors to better plan and manage their day-to-day operations.
Salesforce Field Service Lightning software is essential for large service-based enterprises with hundreds of technicians in the field. The typical solution consists of a centralized dispatch that distributes jobs to mobile employees against a set of systematic rules. Salesforce Field Service Lightning technology is evolving rapidly and becoming more dynamic to fit individual business needs. Customers and employees continue to demand consumer-led experiences, using their own devices. Advanced job routing engines can squeeze the white space out of a team’s day without threatening wait times, first-time fix rates, and customer satisfaction.
The success of your Salesforce Field Service Lightning implementation is dependent on your understanding of the key implementation tasks. We start with an exhaustive discovery and then move into a best-in-class Field Service Lightning Implementation.
Salesforce Field Service Lightning Implementation Checklist / FSL Implementation Checklist
- Import accounts and setup cases to support incoming jobs and service tickets
- User setup which will include the creation of field service permissions
- Identification of FSL service territories for intelligent scheduling & dispatch
- Setup of the field service workforce with skillsets, skill-levels, and certifications
- Setup of service types to align with your workforce and job routing
- Setup of FSL timesheets for time entry and tracking of onsite visits
- Enable Salesforce maps to optimize territories, schedules, and map routes for field reps
- Setup of work order management and service appointments
- Creation of FSL service schedules for route optimization
- Setup dispatch console (appointment list and service maps)
- Create and manage scheduling policies
- Create service resource timesheets and resource calendars
- Create all FSL related objects and custom fields specific to your business
- Setup mobile configurations for service agents
- Setup of assets and inventory to ensure remote agents have the needed parts for the job
- Build an integration with ERP as necessary to track inventory (NetSuite, Sage Intacct, QuickBooks, etc.)
- Setup knowledge articles, FAQ’s, installation instructions and checklists for agents in the field
- Setup FSL service maintenance plans as required to eliminate non-revenue generating driver service calls
- Creation of post-visit surveys to track customer satisfaction
- Creation of FSL service reports and dashboards to track key service metrics
The list above is a comprehensive FSL implementation checklist of Salesforce Field Service Lightning features that should be considered during your implementation. To learn more about how Cirrius Solutions can help you make the most of your Salesforce.com Field Service Lightning investment please contact us at email@example.com for more information.