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GA-Based Timber Products Inspection Selects MobiTask from GroveWare
Recently, GroveWare partnered with GA-based Timber Products Inspection to deploy MobiTask inspection software.
MobiTask from GroveWare is a process automation solution for all smartphones and tablets. To extend workflow tasks from various client-side enterprise software applications, MobiTask offers a unified platform on a mobile device. It enables companies to quickly install mobile solutions for workers on the go by offering the convenience of using dynamic electronic forms.
Both companies had extensive discussions, after which MobiTask was selected as the ideal solution for TP’s inspection process, as the firm is expected to streamline its inspection and certification procedures.
With the help of standard wireless devices, MobiTask will provide inspectors with a way to finish and submit inspections immediately from the field.
Throughout North America, TP has more than 60 highly-trained inspectors on its payroll. These inspectors complete more than 3,000 inspections a month. Inspectors currently complete their inspection reporting on a paper form and then submit the same to the national office.
In this office, the data is clerically transcribed and entered into a database.
“We are very pleased to be able to support TP in its commitment to better serve its customers through the adoption of real time inspection reporting using MobiTask and today’s wireless technologies and particularly gratified that MobiTask was found to be compliant with TP’s ‘green initiative’,” commented Harry Achkarian, GroveWare’s CEO. "We believe that MobiTask is readily adaptable to wide variety of inspection, certification and licensing applications by both business and government and TP is a great example of our solution.”
Recently, the company entered into an agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to introduce GroveWare's mobile inspection MobiTask solution to the NSSC's network of soil scientists stationed across the county.
Edited by Braden Becker