In the FSA for Windows there is currently no option to sign out:
However within the FSA for IOS there is:
The lack of a sign out function in the windows FSA represents a security risk since Servicemax have stated that the only way to sign out of the application is to simply close it. However, our tests have found (for both the Windows and IOS FSA) that closing the application does not constitute a proper sign out since the last login credentials used are saved. Therefore, after re-opening the FSA, a person is either logged back in as the last user automatically (IOS FSA) or is able to click on the Login button and proceed as the last user (Windows FSA).
Should someone steal a device the FSA is installed on (either with an IOS or Windows operating system), and they are able to gain access to the system, then they would be able to log in as another user and thereby acquire personal data.
All of the field service applications should therefore have a sign out feature and should also require the user to log in if they are closed and re-opened.
What is the underlying problem do you intend to solve with this idea?
Security risks regarding not having a sturdy sign out function as well as saving login credentials.
How is the problem being addressed today, if at all?
Servicemax have stated that these functions are as per design so it would not appear that they are being addressed.