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Want to stop transcribing your paper forms and checklists manually? Need to capture the data on the field in a digital format right away and save a ton of time and money? is the Heavy Industry Standard for Digital Inspection and Secure Electronic signature solution for such industries as Mining, Transport, Energy and Construction.

Fully Sharepoint, Word and Excel compatible, runs on a Microsoft environment and the best Adobe alternative you can find on the market. Most save up to 75 minutes per digital inspection with this software.

Supported Platforms
SharePoint 2003
SharePoint 2007
SharePoint 2010
SharePoint 2013
SharePoint 2016
SharePoint Online
Office 365
OneDrive for Business
Visual Studio
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Benefit #1

It’s good – and more lucrative – to be paperless.

Indeed, going paperless in the field with smart mobile forms isn’t just a more productive, faster, easier, and more enjoyable way for field technicians to get their jobs done. It’s also the first step in transforming business processes from end to end by seamlessly connecting data across systems, Cloud services and stakeholders, while also supporting real-time analytics so organizations can track and improve business outcomes.

Benefit #2

Put simply, going paperless improves ROI across the business. Just ask Cooke Aquaculture, the largest producer of Atlantic Salmon in North America. The harvester of around 100,000 metric tons of salmon annually has saved $2.16 million per year since going nearly 100% paperless in some departments.

But companies going paperless in the field service industry don’t – and probably shouldn’t – get there overnight. Careful thought and planning must be put into an organization’s mobile forms strategy: Aside from device selection and connection requirements, you’ll need to think about which paper forms you’ll need to convert to digital, how your workflows will be configured, and where you’ll store all that data.

But the benefits of paperless field solutions make it all worthwhile.

Benefit #3

Smart mobile solutions offer several distinct advantages over traditional paper forms for both field users and back office workers:

They enable field workers to easily collect richer, more accurate data – with less work.
Smart mobile forms allow for easy inclusion of photos, sketches, or audio recordings in digital submissions, with time and GPS coordinates stamped and embedded automatically. Structured data enables mobile forms with “if this, then that” conditional logic and repeatable sections, allowing organizations to hide or show sections or questions based on user input. The use of mobile devices like iPhone or iPad to collect field data also cuts down on repetitive or unnecessary data entry, errors, and those ever-too-common issues with illegible handwriting.
They ensure field workers always have the most up-to-date information.
Mobile forms are great, but they’re even more effective connected to real-time field data. That’s why a truly smart mobile form leverages dispatching and cloud-connected data sources to provide only the latest information in asset lists, price and parts lists, CRM data, as-built diagrams, or any other relevant data technicians may need. Data sources push updates into the field, and can be updated every time a form is submitted so technicians always have the latest from the field.
They automatically generate and share documents with stakeholders.
With a single form submission, automatically send customized documents or reports to multiple stakeholders including PDFs for clients, Excel spreadsheets for accounting staff, xml sheets for analytics platforms, and even custom-formatted documents for compliance and regulatory organizations. You can also configure SMS or email notifications to stakeholders who need to take immediate action based on context-sensitive workflows, so safety managers are automatically alerted in case of an inspection failure, for example.

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