A Picture is Worth a 1000 Words – Not 1000 Man Hours
September 21, 2015
Close your eyes…
Think about how you’re currently recording deficiencies – Cameras? Cell phones?
Now think about how those photos get back to the office – Text messages? Memory cards? Emails?
Now think about how those photos are matched with the fire inspection – Emails? Handwritten notes? Guessing?
Now think about how much easier this entire process could be.
The newest feature to be built into Inspect Point eliminates the confusion and duplication of documenting deficiencies, by allowing techs to document deficiencies with photos taken directly from their mobile device.
Here’s how it works:
Your tech arrives on site and begins the fire inspection process on his mobile/tablet device. During the inspection he or she discovers a deficiency.
He or she clicks “No” on the inspection question indicating there is a deficiency
A note is made for reference
He or she hits the photo button below the note
Takes a picture
Moves onto the next inspection question
It’s that easy! The photo is saved and associated with the inspection question where it was identified.
Once the inspection is complete, the photos taken during the inspection are synced and saved safely in the cloud. The back office staff is notified the inspection is complete and are able to generate a complete inspection report with notes, and photos, with the button – and on single document
Now take a step back…
Think again about the way you’re currently handling deficiency documentation. Which process sounds better?
Take a look at this feature, plus many more, during a private 30 minute demo. Contact us today.