AnswersAnywhere to Highlight Powerful New Analytics Feature as Lead Sponsor of Field Service Medical 2020

San Diego, CA – AnswersAnywhere, the leading global provider of knowledge delivery solutions for field service organizations, will return as a lead sponsor for Field Service Medical 2020, the only peer-led conference for medical device leaders in customer care, service, and support.

At the conference, which takes place in San Diego, CA on February 24-26, AnswersAnywhere will be highlighting Data Insights, a new product and journey analytics feature. Data Insights allows field service organizations to easily access product, knowledge and user data, perform predictive analytics and gain a deeper understanding into service calls to make more informed business decisions.

According to Bo Wandell, Vice President of AnswersAnywhere, Data Insights will help users identify the behaviors that contribute to achieving Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) like first time fix rates and mean time to repair. Additionally, by having a complete picture of user journeys, executives will be better equipped to address the field service talent gap through targeted training and resources.

“Executives need rich, real-time, actionable data to make the most informed decisions for their field service organization,” Wandell said. “AnswersAnywhere Data Insights will allow field service managers to better allocate resources and forecast trends, as well as identify knowledge gaps and areas where additional support or education is required.”

As an example, Wandell said that Data Insights could uncover that the top 20% best performing field service engineers are also the most frequent users of exploded product diagrams and parts lists, how-to videos or other servicing documentation in a company’s field service knowledge base. Wandell said, “Armed with this unique insight, a field service executive now has a roadmap to make the remaining 80% of his field service staff more efficient.”

Tracing a field service engineers’ knowledge base journey while working on a piece of challenging equipment, according to Wandell, will provide insights that are not available anywhere else in a company’s field service ecosystem. He said, “If you have a product model that has a low first-time fix rate or a high instance of incorrect parts orders, our Data Insights solution would allow you to follow service engineers’ path to resolution either in the aggregate or individually. By determining where the break down in knowledge delivery exists, the knowledge base can be enhanced to deliver new solutions that will drive efficiency.”

“Another example is if you have a certain product model that has a low first-time fix rate or high instance of incorrect parts orders. Imagine being able to trace your field service engineers’ knowledge base journey while working on that piece of equipment? You would be able to draw some pretty powerful conclusions about what type of supporting information or additional knowledge they need in order to increase efficiency and accuracy for that model.”

The AnswersAnywhere Data Insights feature is available to all AnswersAnywhere knowledge base customers. Attendees of Field Service Medical 2020 are invited to stop by booth #203 in the Exhibit Hall for a demonstration.

About AnswersAnywhere:
Unlike traditional knowledge management software solutions, AnswersAnywhere is a complete outsourced knowledge service that includes the people, process and technology required to transform disparate parts and technical information into a mobilized, online/offline knowledge base. AnswersAnywhere knowledge experts convert, deliver and continuously update parts and product knowledge for use by field service engineers and technical support representatives.

The types of source information that AnswersAnywhere knowledge experts convert into usable, interactive knowledge bases includes FAQs, parts lists, installation and service manuals, schematic drawings, exploded diagrams, product descriptions and alerts, safety notices, database output, images, videos and MS Word and PDF documents.

AnswersAnywhere integrates with leading field service management platforms, including ServiceMax and Salesforce Field Service Lightning. Our knowledge experts have created and manage technical product knowledge bases for over 200 companies. For more information, visit http://www.answersanywhere.com.

AnswersAnywhere Announces Integration with ServiceMax Go and Host of New Features

Seattle, WA – October 18, 2019 –
AnswersAnywhere, the leading global provider of knowledge management solutions for field service organizations, today announced integration with ServiceMax Go and the availability of innovative usage analytics and control over the delivery of proprietary technical knowledge.

AnswersAnywhere’s integration with ServiceMax Go, ServiceMax’s new mobile app for service execution management, further supports AnswersAnywhere’s mission of delivering parts and service knowledge to field service engineers when they need it most – on site with a customer. Bo Wandell, Vice President of AnswersAnywhere said, “From inside ServiceMax Go, a field service engineer can call hundreds or thousands of pages of relevant parts and service knowledge simply by pushing the integrated AnswersAnywhere button.” Wandell said that a part selected from an AnswersAnywhere parts list or exploded product diagram can be added automatically to a work order in ServiceMax Go.

According to a Technology Services Industry Association’s (TSIA) research report 2019 Field Services Technology Stack, deploying a knowledge management solution reduced mean time to repair by more than 50% and lowered annual employee attrition rates by over 3 points. “Knowledge management has evolved from a ‘nice to have’ to a strategic necessity for field service organizations seeking ways enhance efficiency, increase service profits and improve engagement with their mobile device focused workforce,” Wandell said.

Unlike traditional knowledge management software solutions, AnswersAnywhere is a complete outsourced knowledge management service that includes the people, process and technology required to transform disparate parts and technical information into a mobilized knowledge base purpose-built to address the needs of field service engineers. Wandell said, “Developing and deploying a knowledge management strategy in a big corporation is not for the faint of heart, but it is a perfect outsourcing opportunity. Because AnswersAnywhere is a Knowledge-as-a-Service, we can deploy the first version of a customer’s field service knowledge base in 90 days after project launch.”

According to John Stetic, Senior Vice President of Innovation and ISV Partnerships at ServiceMax, AnswersAnywhere is a seamless complement to ServiceMax. Stetic said, “Our ServiceMax customers are large companies servicing complex assets supported by hundreds of field service engineers around the globe. Productivity and efficiency dramatically improve when field service technicians are provided with the right tools and information via ServiceMax and integrated parts and technical product knowledge from AnswersAnywhere – enabling successful service execution.”

AnswersAnywhere for ServiceMax v3.0 also includes new analytics that track and report every interaction with a field service knowledge base. “Field service executives want to understand how parts catalogs and service knowledge are being leveraged in the field so they can draw correlations between usage and achievement of key performance indicators,” Wandell said. “If AnswersAnywhere Analytics uncovers that the top 20% best performing field service engineers also are the most frequent users of the field service knowledge base, that’s an important piece of the puzzle when trying to figure out how to make the remaining 80% more efficient.”

AnswersAnywhere also has released new security functionality called Knowledge Segmentation, aimed at companies that employ third party service providers. Knowledge Segmentation allows field service managers to control access to parts and service knowledge based on audience. Access can be limited to specific products or a much larger subset. Additionally, organizations can create an “expiration date” that allows individuals to access information for a certain length of time, even if the information has been downloaded to a mobile device.

About AnswersAnywhere:
AnswersAnywhere is a Knowledge-as-a-Service that combines people, process and technology to convert, deliver and continuously update parts and product knowledge for use by field service technicians and technical support representatives. The types of source information that AnswersAnywhere knowledge experts convert into usable, interactive knowledge bases includes FAQs, parts lists, installation and service manuals, schematic drawings, exploded diagrams, product descriptions and alerts, safety notices, database output, images, videos and MS Word and PDF documents.

AnswersAnywhere knowledge experts have created and manage technical product knowledge bases for over 200 companies. For more information, visit www.answersanywhere.com.

About ServiceMax:
ServiceMax is the global leader in Service Execution Management, offering cloud-based software that improves the productivity of complex, equipment-centric service execution. Enterprise companies across the globe have turned to ServiceMax to help them keep the world running. For more information, visit www.servicemax.com.

To watch a demo of AnswersAnywhere for ServiceMax, click here!

AnswersAnywhere Enhances Integration with ServiceMax to Drive Field Service Knowledge Delivery

Seattle, WA – July 16, 2019 – AnswersAnywhere, the leading provider of knowledge management solutions for field service organizations, today announced the release of AnswersAnywhere for ServiceMax v2.0. The enhanced knowledge management solution and integration with ServiceMax is designed to provide field service technicians with fast and easy access to the technical product knowledge required for efficient and successful customer visits.

AnswersAnywhere is a Knowledge-as-a-Service that combines people, process and technology to convert, deliver and continuously update technical product knowledge for use by field service technicians and technical support representatives. The types of source information that AnswersAnywhere knowledge experts convert into usable, interactive knowledge bases includes FAQs, parts lists, installation and service manuals, schematic drawings, exploded diagrams, product descriptions and alerts, safety notices, database output, images, videos, FAQs and MS Word and PDF documents. AnswersAnywhere knowledge experts have created and managed knowledge bases for over 200 companies.

ServiceMax is the global market-leader in Service Execution Management, a software category that includes both Field Service Management and Asset Service Management. ServiceMax provides a cloud-based software platform that improves the productivity of complex, equipment-centric service execution for OEMs, operators, and 3rd-party service providers.

“AnswersAnywhere and ServiceMax share the mission of helping manufacturers maximize the value of their field service organizations. The AnswersAnywhere/ServiceMax integrated solution unlocks new opportunities to increase customer satisfaction, first-time fix rates and efficiency,” said Bo Wandell, Vice President of Sales and Business Development for AnswersAnywhere. “As a result of the AnswersAnywhere/ServiceMax integration, field service technicians arrive at a customer site armed with all of the critical parts information and knowledge required to get a piece of equipment back up and running in the shortest possible timeframe.”

The newest version of AnswersAnywhere for ServiceMax features full, bi-directional data exchange with ServiceMax. Technicians can access relevant parts, installation and servicing knowledge from their ServiceMax work order by simply clicking on the integrated AnswersAnywhere button.

Wandell said, “Without leaving the ServiceMax field service management app, technicians can call AnswersAnywhere to gain immediate access to a knowledge base for the down equipment. To order a part in the AnswersAnywhere knowledge base, the technician can automatically drop the part number and quantity needed directly into their ServiceMax work order.”

As a cloud-based platform, AnswersAnywhere can deliver knowledge to field service staff worldwide. For technicians who work in environments without Internet access, AnswersAnywhere is fully operational in both online and offline modes.

According to Dara Sherafat, ServiceMax’s Senior Global Director of ISV Channels, field service organizations that have embraced digital transformation are realizing gains in service revenue and customer satisfaction while also reducing costs. He said, “A key component of a field service organization’s digital transformation strategy is delivering relevant knowledge when and where it’s needed. With the AnswersAnywhere/ServiceMax integrated solution, field service technicians have access to a mobile knowledge base that could contain tens of thousands of up-to-date knowledge articles, parts lists, parts images and product notices.”

Sherafat said that ServiceMax’s medtech customers are particularly interested in knowledge management solutions like AnswersAnywhere to meet government regulations and drive parts ordering efficiency. He said, “In addition to all of the efficiency gains delivered by digital transformation, medtech companies are interested in leveraging knowledge management solutions like AnswersAnywhere to ensure they meet FDA and EU MDR compliance requirements and eliminate costly, incorrect parts orders.”

 

About AnswersAnywhere:
AnswersAnywhere is a Knowledge-as-a-Service created by Infomill. Over 50,000 technical support representatives and field service technicians access a knowledgebase on the AnswersAnywhere platform every month to quickly and accurately install, service and repair equipment.

With offices in the US and UK, the AnswersAnywhere team has been creating innovative knowledge solutions since 1996. Infomill has a pedigree of successful aftermarket information projects with multi-national companies in HVAC, aerospace, mass transit, materials handling and other knowledge-critical sectors. Infomill is located in Derby, UK and Seattle, USA. Companies using the AnswersAnywhere platform include BUNN, Baxi, Centrica and Ferguson. 

 

About ServiceMax:
ServiceMax is the global leader in Service Execution Management, offering cloud-based software that improves the productivity of complex, equipment-centric service execution. Enterprise companies across the globe have turned to ServiceMax to help them keep the world running. Visit www.servicemax.com.

Case Study – The AA Home Services Increases Productivity

An end-to-end field service software integration from Solarvista and AnswersAnywhere delivers mobile knowledge management technology like never before to The Automobile Association (The AA) Home Services’ heating and plumbing field technicians.

One of the UK’s most trusted brands and the undisputed leader in Roadside Assistance, The Automobile Association (The AA) also provides cover for home and heating emergencies and maintenance as part of the AA Insurance Services. While both parts of the business had been operating on a single platform, it became apparent that Home Services required a separate operational system to drive the growth of the business and deliver the efficiencies it constantly sought in addition to increased customer satisfaction.

After a complex Request for Proposal process, Solarvista was chosen as the supplier best positioned to provide the AA with the service, system and support necessary. Solarvista was also poised to fully integrate its field service system with the PartsArena Pro solution, developed using the AnswersAnywhere platform. The result would prove to be of great benefit to the service technicians out in the field.

The AA Home Services operation wanted a field service management solution that would:

  • Drive and measure field service technician efficiency
  • Provide high levels of customer service
  • Ensure end-to-end job management
  • Provide a flexible system that could develop and grow with the business

Proven results show the benefits of integration

While delivering quantifiable results from the field workforce of heating and plumbing technician was just one objective of the software installation, this is where AnswersAnywhere and Solarvista delivers the greatest value and has so far contributed to some notable performance improvements since first launch in September 2016:

Overall productivity improvement of 15% (this is continually rising)

  • 17% improvement in ‘First Time Fix’ rates
  • AnswersAnywhere specifically improving ‘Second Time Fix’ rates
  • 8% reduction in time on site
  • Tasks per shift improvement of 15%
  • Reduction in calls made to the contact center by 20%

AnswersAnywhere is now supplying critical knowledge to the AA’s Home Service technicians, via offline mobile devices. They can access the latest interactive data and information from manufacturers and suppliers such as exploded diagrams, parts codes and manufacturer technical manuals while out in the field, facilitating a speedy and accurate parts search coupled with the ability to add parts lists to jobs for automated ordering. This helps to reduce field technician and back office effort and has markedly improved ‘Second Time Fix’ rate.

Ash Cripps, Home Services Business Systems Manager for The AA, comments: “In the age of self-service and automation, delivering fully integrated systems to the benefit of our members, employees and business alike was a critical requirement within our transformation project. The integration between Solarvista and the AnswersAnywhere platform that we have developed supports our technicians in resolving our members’ home emergencies as effectively and quickly as possible; and more of them per day, while also delivering a world class experience to our members.

The project has delivered significant improvements to both First and Second Fix Rates, significant improvement to our technicians’ productivity, while also enabling our technicians to very quickly and accurately order parts and book their own return visits face-to-face with members via their mobile devices.  Additionally, their own core van stock of parts auto-replenishes without anyone having to place orders.”

Paul Allen is a service technician for the AA. Shortlisted for Engineer of the Year, he has this to say about AnswersAnywhere: “Using this software has become part of my routine when servicing or repairing appliances to either get part numbers, fault finding charts or specific servicing routines that certain manufacturers ask for.

The time and money saved by not having to phone manufacturers or merchants for parts numbers or technical information is just one of the benefits of this software. The installation manuals and detailed diagrams make doing the job so much easier, which reduces the time spent on each job, helping you to get more visits completed in your working day.

And you also have the confidence that the part you have ordered will be the correct one as you can see it clearly in the diagrams. Most parts also have a photo in the information to help you identify then accurately. It is great to not have to pick up the phone to order parts or arrange any return visits.”

Continual improvement for optimum performance

The provision of data and functionality is very much an ongoing process for AnswersAnywhere knowledge engineers, with improvements and enhancements introduced at frequent intervals and data updated on a daily, almost real-time basis utilizing the new custom-built CMS built in house.  AnswersAnywhere will continue to work closely with Solarvista to ensure that the AA is receiving the optimum level of service.

AnswersAnywhere CEO, Jonathan Ralphs comments: “We’re delighted that our technology is part of the performance success of the AA Home Services, delivering enhanced customer service to homes across the UK. The project very clearly demonstrates the potential of our AnswersAnywhere platform. We can create an innovative knowledge management tool for any industry worldwide that suffers from an unproductive “knowledge gap” between manufacturer and parts information, and the field service engineer out on site.

Service technicians need the right knowledge at their fingertips to make informed, accurate and quick decisions; increasing their level of productivity significantly. To achieve this is a distinct competitive advantage and that is exactly what AnswersAnywhere can do.”

Contact us today to learn more about how AnswersAnywhere can benefit your field service organization. 

Combating the Challenge of an Aging Workforce

We’re all getting older…

Something we’re hearing time and again from customers is the challenge of an aging workforce.

I spoke to an attendee at Field Service USA last month who told me how at his company, all the complex technical questions went to a handful of people who had decades of know-how in their head. Unfortunately, these people will all be retiring soon.

His story probably sounds familiar to you. Every company is grappling with this same question: How do you extract the information from their heads and into the hands of less-experienced, junior colleagues?

Yes, the Baby Boomers are retiring and there’s nothing we can do about it. But you can prepare for the changes this will have on your service organization and surf this wave successfully.

Develop your plan now.

The worst thing you can do is ignore the situation.

Get key people in your organization talking about this. What knowledge does our organization hold in manuals and other sources? And what resides only in the heads of our ageing workforce? Who are our aging Knowledge Gurus and what are the common questions they get asked?

Can older engineers help you extract their knowledge through workshops, mentoring and coaching programs? Is there a way to turn their knowledge into how-to videos? In fact, according to Forrester Research, 75% of employees would prefer to watch a video rather than read an email or web page.

A danger with these plans, of course, is if the younger engineer leaves you’re back to square one. Millennials are twice as likely to leave a job after two years and they’re only half as likely to be employed by the same company after 10 years.

This is why diversifying your field service workforce with new hires that include mature workers is a great idea.

One of the most important steps you can take right now is starting a project to collate all your knowledge from various departments and put it in one place. That might simply be on a wiki or shared drive for now or it could be something like AnswersAnywhere.

But by just starting the first steps, you’re already ahead of many!

Want to learn more about how you can address the talent gap and surf the silver tsunami? 

The Take-Away from Field Service Palm Springs? It Doesn’t Have to be Complicated!

Field Service USA is over and we’ve waved good-bye to gorgeous Palm Springs (and its 100° Fahrenheit heat) for another year. As always, the event proved to be chock-full of great discussions, insightful sessions, eye-opening innovations… and flamingos of course!

Knowledge Management emerged as a big theme this year, both on the expo floor and during the sessions. It’s no wonder – 62% of executives attending Field Service said they planned on investing in knowledge management within the next 24 months!

Jonathan Ralphs, CEO of AnswersAnywhere, joined Microsoft’s Clayton Fernandez, Johnson Control’s Pat Foley, Tokyo Electron’s Ed McMurray during Day One of Field Service to discuss the latest tools and best processes for effective knowledge management.

What Does it Take to Make Knowledge Management Work? Quite a lot!

One of the first questions brought up on the panel was “What exactly is involved to make knowledge management work?” The unanimous answers seemed to be: Quite a lot!

As Jonathan explained, knowledge management requires a combination of people, processes and technology in order to be successful.  It’s too easy to underestimate what’s involved and over-promise on results. In fact, most KM projects undertaken by corporations fail because of the complexity and volume of work that might be involved.

The panelists agreed that a KM project is more than just choosing platforms and technologies; it’s about understanding the required outcomes and working back from that to determine how to achieve them with whom.

A member from the audience asked who typically leads the knowledge management initiative within an organization. Pat and Ed both observed that usually the responsibility is assigned to one individual; however, it’s typically given on top of other responsibilities, making it difficult to prioritize knowledge management.

This may not always be the case though. As organizations begin to recognize the importance of knowledge management, Jonathan predicted that it wouldn’t be long until the position of Chief Knowledge Officer becomes as commonplace within corporations as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer.

Where in the World Do You Start?

Another important discussion on the panel was where someone should start with their KM strategy. Jonathan stressed that implementing knowledge management doesn’t have to be complicated, “Like any new project, break it down into its essential parts and ensure that stakeholders are involved from the very beginning. Don’t become too ambitious too soon; better to have lower expectations and build out one piece well rather than going all-out straight away.”

Where do I start? is a question that we get all the time at AnswersAnywhere. Knowledge management can feel like an overwhelming task that often leaves people wondering where to begin. During the panel, Jonathan advised starting with the major pain points:

  • Identify which groups of products are taking up more time and costing more to support
  • Measure these product support costs (against the average).
  • Start with the field service end and work back to identify which steps of the product support process is causing the bottleneck.
  • Determine what is required to free this bottleneck and together with stakeholders and field engineers, discuss what the priorities need to be
  • Agree to a pilot including some or all of the ‘difficult’ group of products and agree a realistic plan to deliver this initial phase
  • Deliver the pilot with training and support. Measure the outcomes and compare to the starting point.  If successful, these will be important to work up the business plan to take to the next stage.

 

Jonathan concluded his advice with this: “Let me give you an example. Recently I had a discussion with a service company that wanted to reduce their call outs to fix their customers broken-down cars. We implemented a pilot in the call center with 20 basic questions for the agents to ask the customer as a form of basic triage. Used 20 agents for the trial – a cross-section including those with NO car experience so they couldn’t use their own ‘expertise’ – and gave them very basic training. They ended up reducing call-outs by 75%!”

What’s Next for Knowledge Management?

Wrapping up the session, the panel discussed where they saw knowledge management going in the future. The panelists agreed they saw a blending of the lines between the different technologies and systems that gives a seamless experience without toggling from system to system.  For example, creating a ‘hybrid’ KM where the service tech has a 360 degree view of the customer, the product and all knowledge relating to it, all in one place through one interface.

Jonathan also added that knowledge management should be always available, even offline where feasible, and present the latest ‘approved’ knowledge so the field service tech can close the job faster and accurately.

As for final thoughts on knowledge management, Jonathan concluded that he hoped the take away from the session would be one thing: “It doesn’t have to be complicated!”

Want to learn more about implementing a Knowledge Management initiative? Let’s talk!

BUNN® Deploys AnswersAnywhere™ to Drive Customer Satisfaction and Shorten Field Service Calls

Infomill, Inc., developers of the AnswersAnywhere™ Knowledge-as-a-Service, today announced that BUNN® – global leader in commercial beverage equipment – has deployed an AnswersAnywhere product knowledge base to boost customer satisfaction and field service efficiency.

AnswersAnywhere achieves quick success by creating, deploying and updating innovative mobilized knowledge bases for technical support representatives and field service technicians.

BUNN has been a leading, global dispensed beverage equipment manufacturer since 1957. Privately-held and family-owned, the company has a reputation for outstanding post-purchase support. Their customers include foodservice providers worldwide.

Tim Spencer, BUNN’s Senior VP and GM for Service Operations, said providing their field service technicians with direct access to an accurate, up-to-date product knowledge base is critical to customer satisfaction.

“Every minute one of BUNN’s beverage machines are offline for servicing, our customer is losing revenue. With the AnswersAnywhere Android and Apple iOS mobile apps, BUNN’s field service technicians have the latest installation, servicing and parts knowledge in the palm of their hands. Armed with the right knowledge, the technician can get the equipment back in service and producing revenue faster,” said Spencer.

Field service efficiency is also a key driver, said Spencer: “Researching installation, servicing and parts knowledge eats up valuable time during service calls. If our field service technicians save an average of 10 minutes per customer visit due to AnswersAnywhere, that’s over 13 hours saved per tech per month. As a result, we can support more customers with the same number of field service technicians and shorten the downtime for our customers.”

Spencer said he considered buying a knowledge management software package and creating the knowledge base with in-house resources. But he soon realized the complexity, focus and time required to develop and keep updated a knowledge base with hundreds of products and thousands of parts.

“Knowledge management is a puzzle and the pieces must fit perfectly to be successful. By outsourcing KM to the AnswersAnywhere knowledge experts, BUNN’s mobile knowledge base was up and running in about 90 days. With the initial knowledge base delivered to our technicians’ mobile phones and tablets, the AnswersAnywhere team assumes responsibility for keeping the knowledge base up-to-date for the duration of our contract,” he said.

Increasing the challenge, BUNN also wanted a KM solution that integrated with their ServiceMax field service management solution. “AnswersAnywhere features full bi-directional integration with our ServiceMax field service management software. BUNN’s technicians can research parts and products without navigating away from their work order,” said Spencer.

Bo Wandell, Vice President of Infomill, Inc., said AnswersAnywhere is a new outsourced approach to knowledge management. He said, “Knowledge management has a checkered reputation because so many internally launched projects fail. Even large manufactures rarely have the experience, technology or focus required to create and deliver knowledge over the long haul. With AnswersAnywhere, we tore apart the old way of implementing a KM strategy and developed a new outsourced approach that achieves quick success and delivers a multi-year knowledge management roadmap.”

Wandell said that BUNN, like many large manufacturing companies, had an enormous wealth of technical knowledge that was unintentionally locked up in different formats and corporate silos. He said: “The AnswersAnywhere Knowledge-as-a-Service is purpose built to unlock corporate silos. We create a single source of truth focused on the specific knowledge needs of a manufacture’s technical support representatives and field service technicians.”

About BUNN®:

Since 1957, Bunn-O-Matic Corporation (BUNN®) has been at the forefront of dispensed beverage equipment manufacturers. Grown through five generations of family entrepreneurship, BUNN has become a global partner you can count on for reliable beverage equipment and outstanding post-purchase support wherever customers are served. The BUNN core values of honesty, integrity, and courtesy have created a global network of loyal commercial and home customers who are served by the company’s brand promise, A Partner You Can Count On™. – See more at: http://www.bunn.com/company/about-us.

About Infomill:

With offices in the US and UK, the AnswersAnywhere team has been creating innovative knowledge solutions since 1996. Infomill has a pedigree of successful aftermarket information projects with multi-national companies in HVAC, aerospace, mass transit, materials handling and other knowledge-critical sectors. Infomill is located in Derby, UK and Seattle, USA.

About AnswersAnywhere™:

AnswersAnywhere is a Knowledge-as-a-Service created by Infomill. Over 50,000 technical support representatives and field service technicians access a knowledge base on the AnswersAnywhere platform every month to quickly and accurately install, service and repair equipment. In addition to BUNN, companies using the AnswersAnywhere platform include Baxi, Centrica and Ferguson. See more at: www.answersanywhere.com.