Manchester-based data capture specialist, WorkMobile, has experienced its strongest Q1 to date, thanks to a host of new client wins. The first two months of 2019 proved hugely successful for the business, with new client wins coming in from a range of sectors including building, design and technology.
Scaffolding firm JFE Attridge Scaffolding, lifting solutions provider TAWI UK, planning and design business SIG Design, maintenance services business Via Tek Services and road repair machinery firm Jetpatcher are the latest businesses looking to improve efficiencies and communication with their remote staff, with the help of WorkMobile’s data capture app.
The bespoke app enables remote staff to capture all essential business data efficiently and cost-effectively, as well as create mobile forms specific to their job. Compatible with every type of mobile device, the solution provides a more accurate, compliant and efficient alternative to paper forms, with data captured in real time.
Stored securely in the cloud, information and documents can be easily accessed and shared, as and when needed, helping to improve communication, processes and reduce back-office paperwork. And businesses can develop a clear electronic audit trail to improve compliance and keep their customers fully informed.
Colin Yates, chief support officer at WorkMobile, said: “Relying on out-of-date physical paperwork can cause numerous issues for businesses including lost documents, inaccuracies, high costs and wasted time. These latest client wins highlight how more businesses are looking to revolutionise he way they operate, in order to save time, money and even boost their sustainability credentials, and we’re thrilled to be such a key player in this movement. Our scalable workflow solutions suit all industry spectrums and all sizes of organisations, offering an innovative and cost-effective way to go paper-free, something which more and more businesses are reaping the benefits of in 2019.”