Stock Inspection and Inventory Management using Digital

One of the benefits for businesses using digital applications for their stock inspection and inventory management is the ease of application across all their checks. A premium inspection solution can often be tailored not only to specific checks needed by a business, but also provide several different inspection checklists for specific users. An inspector specialising in regulatory audit can through their specialised access use very different checklists to health and safety officials; whilst all reports stem from the same platform. This means that whilst different users may see only a set variety of reports, their data is congregated for analysis purposes and organisational oversight. It also means that from an update standpoint that the right individuals can be informed without having every single employee determine whether it is relevant to their task. Shortcuts like these increase the speed and effectiveness of the information sharing throughout the business, meaning that stock inspection and inventory management productivity can be dramatically increased.

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Distribution and Logistics Inspection with Mobile Devices

Distribution and logistics inspection can also imply things like the processes and methods used by your business around a worksite or in the office. Logistical scheduling of tasks and the ordering that processes are completed in is a sure-fire way of improving the productivity of teams and employees, simply by restricting or reordering tasks. This can be inspected in the same way as distribution inspection from dedicated inspection teams or management monitoring the progress via inspection data. Batch quantity and quality can be tracked digitally for each product or service in the backend which management will have access to via web-portal 24/7. In this space, it’s easy to follow what is working well and which machinery piece or process is in need of replacing. Return on interest (ROI) estimates become simple to calculate, whilst the compliance and audit trail is easy to manage.

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Bulk Materials Handling Inspection on Mobile

Reference material in the form of manuals, industry compliance or regulations such as ISO 17253 can be easily attached to specific checklist parts, meaning inspectors always have the right aid for each asset. Bulk materials handling inspection systems also allow management to gain a detailed oversight. Whilst all the inspectors are gathering data, the back-end software is providing in-depth analysis and dynamic number-crunching for business management. Results can be displayed to board members, industry personnel or even the inspectors themselves. Reports are handily available via 24/7 web portal access and can either be hosted in-house or on cloud based solutions (SaaS). Top to bottom, paperless bulk materials handling inspection applications can streamline and speed up the inspection process. Some organisations have already shown evidence of time savings of 1/3 of their entire inspection procedure.

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Paperless Amusement Park Inspection

Amusement park inspection software is sure a way to improve a businesses operation, safety standards and reputation. Ensuring customer and staff safety and satisfaction is crucial for any business and as such, businesses must continuously strive to improve their safety practices and services on offer. Amusement parks and similar entertainment based services must uphold high standards of safety and quality as any touch point a customer interacts determines whether a customer has an enjoyable and safe experience. Routine monitoring and inspection of equipment and facilities is a sure way to uphold appropriate safety standards and protocol.

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Automating Amusement Park Safety Inspections

By using a paperless inspection application on a mobile device (tablet/iPad/smartphones), staff are able to set daily digital inspection checklists, to overview the amusement park’s equipment at the start and end of every day. Managers are able to pre-input alerts, so that if standards and requirements are not met, relevant stakeholders will be informed in real time of the correct action to take. Paperless safety inspection applications are a preventative tool proven to ensure that amusement park inspections conform to the highest levels of safety.

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Digital Agriculture Inspections Today

Agriculture is one of Australia’s biggest exports and production fields. Latest estimates put farms as covering ~60% of Australia’s total landmass with a variation in types and climates; showing the significant role it has in Australian society. With shifting environments, both natural and within the industry, the future of farming lies in embracing new technologies and enhancing the technology currently available. New tools and machinery require documentation, certification and regular inspection, with government and industry regulations constantly changing.

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Paperless Inspections are Fundamental to Success

For many, reporting data points in an operation can seem like a tedious and pointless thing. Why make note of the fact that the equipment is working absolutely fine or why make note of the time taken to produce your daily product batch if it gets produced anyhow? Such questions are best answered by considering what goals and targets you have. If it is to either maintain market share or your business transactions at current levels or whether it’s to make gains in these areas, you will need to record these things. As competitors seek to gain an edge over competition, its equally vital to make such attempts yourself, even if just to stay in the game. Where businesses and organisations are today making such games is through a shift to upping efficiency. In order to do this, it’s pretty obvious that you’ll need to understand what you can improve which of course explains why inspections are important.

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The Potential of Digital in your Business Inspections

Inspection management run of paperless methods replace the pen and paper for mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones, which the employees are guaranteed to have some base understanding of already. Such devices allow employees to carry out any inspection, audit, quality assurance or facility management protocol via their inspection application, using nothing but the device. Using features such as the camera to record pictures and then annotate them with the touchscreen, visual data can be recorded historically to show deterioration of assets or equipment. The question of connectivity is negated by inspection application providers often including offline recording capabilities and smartphone manufacturers providing offline speech-to-text services.

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Why Digital Within Business Operations is here to stay

It has long been said that within business cash is king. In the 21st century, there is a new kid on the block; information. During the early 2000s when the word cloud meant water vapour and smartphones were in their infancy, it would be hard to comprehend the importance of connectivity in today’s world. Today organisations focus on their analytics of Big Data, which has taken an almost fundamental position in business development. Access to such information gives knowledge such as Return on Investment statistics (ROI), consumer insights, market performance, asset performance, organisational historical statistics etc. Today’s business information and analysis ultimately controls the king of the 20th century – cash.

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Paperless Inspection Management

Inspections can be carried out by inspectors using mobile devices in the form of tablets or smartphones just like their consumer versions. On these devices are preloaded applications which allow an inspector or machinery operator to carry out their necessary inspection or pre-start check with ease. Checklists can be preloaded via the back-end web-portal available and accessible via any internet connection login. The checklists can hence be easily updated and be changed to comply with regulations, or inspection requirements.

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