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How Tethr Extends Careers of Technicians

July 1st, 2019

It’s a common situation in many industries: Experienced technicians are retiring without capable replacements ready to step in. The shortage of qualified technicians is a real concern for many companies who rely upon their expertise to keep their operations running smoothly. Tethr addresses this problem by allowing older technicians to work remotely from the comfort …

Technician using Tethr wearable devices on worksite

Tethr – It’s Not Your Father’s Video-Sharing Platform

May 8th, 2019

Most of us – from children to grandparents – have used video apps such as Facetime and Skype to add a visual element to our business and personal conversations. Some may wonder if these type of services could be used effectively for job site applications. Tethr is proving without-a-doubt they do and more, combining the …

Construction worker using Tethr to talk to OEM customer service

How Tethr is Changing The Face of OEM Customer Service

May 8th, 2019

Tethr is changing the way original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) provide support to both end-users and dealership technicians. How? By putting technical experts directly in contact with those who need assistance with their machinery. Whether the job site is on the other side of the county or other side of the world, Tethr virtually places experts …

Worker inspecting gauges with AR Technology

Technology Revolutionizing The Field Service Industry

April 15th, 2019

It’s not science fiction anymore: Technology has moved from the computer screen to the job site. Advancements such as augmented reality (AR) have enabled experts sitting at a desk from anywhere in the world to be “transported” to wherever you need them to be. With AR, technology combines your reality in the field with virtual …

Use Technology To Boost Productivity

April 15th, 2019

Productivity hasn’t exactly been a hallmark of the construction industry over the past two decades. In fact, construction productivity – measured by value-added per hour – in the U.S. has consistently declined over the past four decades, according to a McKinsey Global Institute study. Many experts point to the industry’s slow acceptance of technological advances …