Why choose Pulsion?

At Pulsion Technology, it’s not just about using the latest technology to create innovative solutions for our clients. We build partnerships, focusing on understanding your business and your key objectives so to ensure that the software solution we develop makes a real difference to your organisation.

Transform Mobilise Innovate

We can develop customised software solutions that will transform how your business operates. Our field service management software, Konformance, connects you with your field workforce, giving you complete visibility of the service delivery operation and driving efficiency and profitability.

How we have helped our clients

A Global Software Solution for NCH

NCH, a global manufacturer and distributor of consumer and commercial products and services,has partnered with Pulsion Technology to mobilise its workforce. NCH companies, both in Europe and the USA, will use Konformance software to implement a fully mobile solution and eradicate paper methods of data collection and task scheduling.

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American Forest Foundation launch the ATFS Inspection app

Utilising Konformance field service management software, Pulsion developed the first of its kind mobile tree inspection application, designed to increase efficiency of the American Forest Foundation’s certification process.

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A New and Improved Data Search System for EuroTaxGlass

EuroTaxGlass is a multinational organisation with offices across Europe, providing vehicle evaluation services to clients in many countries. Pulsion Technology partnered with ETG to enhance its complex database system, improving usability, workflow and performance.

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Glasgow – Working towards a Nurturing City

Last month, Pulsion Technology was invited to present at “Towards a Nurturing City”, a conference held by Glasgow City Council. Glasgow City Council has been developing the nurturing initiative for a number of years, investing millions of pounds in supporting the well-being of children and young people in the city. The conference was an opportunity for the council to share its knowledge and expertise with other education authorities throughout Scotland, with over 150 delegates attending the event.