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Overview

KEY2ACT provides field service and construction management solutions. We empower specialty trades businesses to deliver proactive service, increase profitability, optimize operational efficiencies and drive higher customer retention. We believe organizations that embrace the power of technology and use it to their advantage in their day-to-day operations will outpace their competition. Our field service solutions include work order and contract management, quoting and a mobile application for field resources, while our construction solutions help companies manage jobs, projects, retention, forecasting and change orders.

ViryaNet provides software solutions that optimize the planning, execution, and monitoring of service processes for mobile workforces.
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Sample Customers
Haynes Mechanical Systems, MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions, Brady Family of Companies
XO Communications, EmiTel, Connecticut Water, Vectren, Tesco, Food Marketing Institute

Key2Act is ranked 20th in Field Service Management while ViryaNet is ranked 24th in Field Service Management. Key2Act is rated 0.0, while ViryaNet is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Key2Act is most compared with , whereas ViryaNet is most compared with .

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