Anywhere in the US
As a D365 Field Sevice lead at eLogic that is exactly the impact you have.
We are talking about utilizing IoT, machine learning and AI alongside your D365 Field Service knowledge to deliver your customers the outcome they desire. Outcomes they dreamed were impossible only yesterday.
What’s more: you will be delivering these outcomes for the biggest manufacturing companies globally, on the largest and most complex Field Service implementations.
You are not afraid to lead from the front. You are firm with customers who say “but we’ve always done it like that”, advocating new ways of thinking and doing business. You are the lynchpin who brings customer value to life.
Creating high-impact designs using industry-leading software platforms, Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform, is where you thrive. Bridging the gap between business needs and software capabilities is what you do best.
Read on to find out why eLogic is THE place to be doing that…
The Field Service division is the fastest growing area at eLogic. Which means opportunity for someone like you: opportunity to lead complex FS projects; opportunity to move into a leadership position; opportunity to implement tomorrow’s technology stacks, (today!).
It’s all Enterprise too. Fortune 500 manufacturing companies. So the problems are complex, but that’s OK because you love challenging problems- right? To give some perspective- eLogic are currently 100 people in size YET their biggest Field Service projects have 25+ consultants. Carrying no dead-weight (not ever ), eLogic is a place where your contributions will have an outsized impact.
In their own words, eLogic pack a punch above their weight, and regularly outgun Partners with far more clout (really, they won the D365 for Sales Partner of the Year 2021 over the likes of Hitachi and Avanade).
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Microsoft are setting eLogic up for success, and ensure they are on the same page when it comes to the latest releases in Field Service technology.
As you can see from this video where eLogic talk to Microsoft’s very own Dina Apostolou…