With workers spread over a number of sites, timesheets to maintain, compliance audits and activities to schedule and tenants to please, facilities management can be a bit of a headache.

Track and manage your workforce more efficiently

That’s why we created ServiceMaster. It’s an integrated solution to maintaining your scheduled workload, responding quickly and effectively to unexpected events or damage, and maintaining an assessment of conditions, compliance and tenant satisfaction. With a digital platform that your mobile workforce can access, work orders can be completed and distributed as they are needed and information is shared in real time. Compliance and audits can be stored with photographic evidence and additional comments, ensuring everyone’s working time is accurately and fairly tracked.
No more paperwork, no more missed information, no more wondering where your workers need to be, and no more buffering impatient tenants who need information you don’t have – just because the paperwork is sitting in someone’s van in another part of the country.
ServiceMaster streamlines all this data. Status updates, conditions of work and information on external contractors, tenant requests and up-to-the-minute data can be accessed, assessed and responded to in real time, giving you – and your tenant – peace of mind. Keep a record of the health and safety and compliance audits which make up much of facilities management, and keeps a record of who is working where, when, and what has been carried out.
Where other software vendors may try to fit your needs into their existing systems, the best part of our independent digital platform is that we can tailor information to your specific needs. You can streamline the information you’re processing and configure only the actions you need to manage your workload effectively.
No more wasted time, money or effort – just the information you need, right there at your fingertips.
Call us today to discuss your specific requirements – and let us deliver you the ServiceMaster app that will revolutionise your mobile working life. Call 0203 411 1795 or email us on sales@mobiess.com to find out more.

There are a few different work order management apps on the market, and what many people don’t realise is that they aren’t limited to the mobile CAFM solution that comes with their back-office systems.

The thing is; a CRM is designed for a specific job; they exist to manage the data about your customer base; to keep an efficient record of the work you’ve completed. Back office software exists to maintain your accounts, or to track shipments, or for stock control. Anything designed for a specific, individual task can do that exceptionally – but that doesn’t mean that it communicates that sufficiently when it is expanded beyond the intended design.
The mobile CAFM solution applications that come with these back-office systems right now are an add-on; they are an additional piece of software outside of their designed functionality – and all too often they just don’t quite deliver what you need them to. They don’t have the agility and configurability which you need to support your team on the go.
Rather than simplifying the data collection and communicating work orders, collating the information on who is where, what’s been completed, audits recorded and scheduling follow ups, tracking shipments and stock control, they try to do all of it within the boundaries of their original functionality; they are aligned with their existing systems – inflexible, slow, clunky and confusing – making it more complicated than it needs to be to share messages within your workforce, and to streamline the process of managing your workload.
Shoehorning existing functionalities into a new format is inefficient and frustrating.
But those software designers are keeping a big secret; you don’t actually have to use their mobile solution. In fact, you aren’t limited to their tools at all; you can benefit far more from a mobile solution that does everything you need it to do – rather than what you’re told it’s limited to.
That’s where we come in; at Mobiess, all we do is design high-end mobile CAFM solution which meet your needs. Which have functionality for sharing information in real time, updating work orders to the minute; which have options for including photographic records and commentary, as well as audit data and compliance records. Which give more, do more and help more than any of the add-on mobile solutions you may have tried to use before.
Facilities management is a changeable and evolving industry – and there’s always more information that you need to incorporate – so our solutions are also future proofed with availability to expand, improve and adapt the functionality you begin with.
You don’t have to stick to mobile software which isn’t meeting your needs. You also won’t need to upgrade or invest in new devices – the smartphones and tablets your team are already using will support our applications, and allow your team to complete their work efficiently, communicate their messages in real time, and share and collect the data you need for your team to perform at their best, and simplify and streamline the processes which have been cumbersome in the past.
Our applications deliver all of this – and communicate in real time with the back-office systems that you have in place now.
Simplify your systems. Free yourself from the constraints of products that don’t go where you need. Let us take you to a better, more efficient future. Call today to find out how we can tailor our mobile solutions to meet your needs; contact us or visit the CAFM system mobile integration  website to request more information .

We all know that a good spreadsheet can perform magic with data. Collating and streamlining information for your team to process and organise your plans. Tracking the impact of work already carried out – as well as balancing the books. There are more ways to utilise a spreadsheet than there are minutes in a day.
Although spreadsheets are a handy tool, many businesses still rely on formulas doing their thing and saving the file. Tucking it away in a digital folder and moving on to the next job without using or sharing the data. A good spreadsheet is useful but relying entirely on spreadsheets could be letting your business down.
Communications in Facilities

Let’s explore some of the ways that spreadsheets are failing your organisation:
Sharing information
Excel is truly powerful when it’s being fully utilised. It can process huge amounts of data and collate, compute, predict and tally that data in ways that a person can’t.
But what use is that if you just click save, close the file and move on? Data is king – exploring and measuring data to show the impact of your work allows you to track your organisation’s performance. Without sharing the results of your data, your business will stagnate. The world moves quickly – you need to embrace tools that will allow you to keep up. ​
Too much data being ignored
Whether you’re running one small team or a network of offices across the country, the sheer amount of data being stored and ignored is staggering. Relying on spreadsheets to collate data is a missed opportunity to improve performance and get the best from your workforce.
The business has outgrown it
Technology has improved significantly and rapidly. You may have been so focused on growing your business that you forgot to invest in processes and systems which can keep up with that growth. Now you have a bigger team spread over a larger area, with staff spending time chasing paperwork and inputting data. They are going through the motions without any assessment of the information, and no real idea of why the process exists in the first place.
Don’t get stuck in a rut – future proof your business by moving away from outdated processes.
Integrity of data
When relying on people manually filling in paperwork there are many different stages where mistakes can occur. Having different people inputting information into the same spreadsheets. Passing results to yet another person to process and assess. Information can easily be confused, missed or lost.
Human error is the biggest cause of failures in this kind of process.
Manual vs automation
Why spend hours, days and weeks manually processing information which could be instantly collated and assessed by a digital system? People can access information at the touch of a button, compiling reports in moments. This can reduce the number of administrative staff you need, saving money on recruitment and salaries.
Data tracking
Manual systems and spreadsheets can seem like a game of Chinese Whispers – hard to trace who did what and where, because information is so limited. Unless you have people manually inputting who has done what (another clunky and time-consuming approach) there is very little information on who is performing well, who needs support, and how to plan for the next project.
The spreadsheet is dead.
Hopefully we’ve helped to shine a light on some of the limitations of relying on spreadsheets in your business. We have worked with organisations in the Facilities Management industry for many years and have seen the impact of our digital systems in reducing costs and improving data quality all over the world.

Seeing how many companies struggle with collecting accurate asset collection data and wasting time on paper surveys or expensive software app licences, we have put together free 5-minute guide to help you achieve long term success with asset management.

If you feel held back by maintaining an outdated process and want to see how our system could help streamline your data, call today on  0203 411 1795 or contact us for more details.

With facilities management comes a wealth of different projects, systems and maintenance activities, usually meaning you manage a number of different teams and contractors, and each property with its own tenants, who all make demands on your time, your attention and the facilities and budgets at your disposal.
Can your existing CAFM system be improved with an integrated maintenance app?

Our mobile field service app, ServiceMaster, gives you real-time information on the range of routine maintenance and ad-hoc jobs you’re managing, meaning you have a to the minute view of how work is progressing on site and where additional resources may be needed.
Monitor the progress of your projects and streamline your processes by adopting the ServiceMaster system, and benefit from being able to manage routine tasks, ad-hoc work orders, allocation and completion, reduce operating costs, manage your customer expectations with as-it-happens information, and improve the efficiency of your project management.
All of this can be tailored to your specific needs, so you pay only for what you’ll actually use and benefit from, and manage the data for multiple projects, locations and teams in one place. Perfect for both predictive and preventative maintenance, you can schedule workloads, automate workflows, reduce paperwork and focus the direction of your mobile workers to the most vital and timely tasks.
Not only that, but you can maintain the Point of Work Risk Assessments, Hazards Register, compliance and audit information, and improve the timescales for responses to issues as they arise, with less risk of information being missed.
It can be complicated, managing a number of teams and planning works for your workforce when you are also responding to tenants and external contractors, and the delays, mistakes and complexities that come with information sharing from the more traditional methods you may have utilised in the past. When you rely on teams filling in forms, completing paperwork and carrying a clipboard to tick the right boxes, then submitting that paperwork to the office for someone else to input into a computer before that data can be shared or assessed, there are a great many opportunities for information to be missed or mistakes to be made. Even delays in that information being shared and assessed to respond to any additional details or changes need to be factored in to ongoing or routine maintenance work. That paperwork can be lost, damaged or forgotten, it can sit in the cab of a van for a week before the worker has chance to get to the office and submit it, pages can be missed or misplaced, and it takes time for everything to be collated and processed.
Digitising that process removes most of those opportunities for error – and means that information is shared and accessible in real time; this means that repairs or replacements can be arranged right away, working schedules can be adapted, communication between teams and external contractors and agencies can be streamlined, and the efficiencies in your own facilities management processes make your working life easier, more effective and less frustrating.
ServiceMaster does all this, and ensures that all of the data you need is collected.
Scheduling and automating the checks, inspections and audits which are a vital part of facilities management means that your teams know at a glance when these activities are due, and can structure their schedules accordingly, and you can easily adapt and respond to any incidents which require immediate response or action, maintain a record of property conditions and monitor the wear and tear or damage to your properties to track when and if repairs or replacements are needed, and factor these ad-hoc jobs in to your regular maintenance schedule.
Photographic data can be attached to these inspection forms, documenting the condition of your property and leaving no room for doubt about whether something is in poor repair, damaged or misused, and who is responsible or liable for any damages; this not only provides you with security, it also protects your tenants – meaning peace of mind and security for every party.
Call us today to discuss your facilities management portfolio and let us tailor the ServiceMaster app to meet your precise needs; let’s work together and modernise your systems, and streamline your workload: call 0203 411 1795 or contact us now.

Facilities management means a lot of information and data that you need to input, manage, share and keep on top of. Accurate data ensures you can keep workflow on schedule and manage teams and vendors. Here at Mobiess we have always held to the belief that data is a first class citizen.
What does that mean?
It means that – above all else – data, and the efficient management and processing of that data – is the number one priority of all we do, and that means that we design and build mobile data solutions that meet the varied and eclectic needs of our client base. Facilities management relies on information being well managed, and shared in real-time – and our e-forms platform has been designed with those needs in mind.
Where many of the competitors have designed form builders which give the user a PDF, xml or csv output, we have gone further; we give you access to your data with our Gateway Technology – which means that your whole team, wherever they are based, can access, assess and understand the data – and not at some distant point in the future, but now – in real time, at your fingertips.
So what are some more benefits of e-forms?
1. Streamline and improve your reporting
Ugh, reports; is there anything more annoying in the world of facilities management? We all have to do them – and whether it’s those pesky legal compliance reports, updates on the progress of a project or an inspection of the stock and site needed to maintain a streamlined schedule, reports can be cumbersome.
Pen and paper is a risky approach, riddled with mistakes, smudges and misplaced information – not to mention that the information then needs to be processed by another team member to digitise the information ready to share it with head office, and other teams; this is a slow, cumbersome process which delays information sharing, and increases the chances of mistakes being made – and that’s if the team on the road even submit it! It’s also tricky for any additional information to be sent with these reports – too many people involved in the process makes a game of Chinese whispers from any messages, and the urgency is lost in translation.
Digitise your processes – and get on board with a Mobiess e-form solution which can put information sharing in the hands of your whole team. Tailor the design to your specific needs, and make inputting the information as easy as one, two, three – and the real-time updates share that information with the whole team, so everyone can see at a glance where things stand. Enabling your team to populate these reports on-site, at convenient points throughout the day, means that the information is instant, accurate and thorough – and nothing is forgotten, put off until later or ignored. This simplifies decision making, allows you to respond and adjust planning and scheduling, and streamlines your workload to meet real-time needs in the moment.
2. Get historic information when you need it
We’ve all seen those offices with boxes and boxes of files from the 1970s, collecting just for “just in case” something historic needs to be checked.
Nobody wants to rummage through dusty old boxes with only a vague idea of where the information that’s needed might be found. So why not digitise all the data that you’ve saved – which will not only free a huge amount of space, reducing storage costs and the risk of water, fire or accidental damage to those vital records, but also putting the answers to any queries at your fingertips. If you need to check when the last compliance audits were carried out, when inspections were completed or if a problem has been identified previously e-forms mean you can find the records in seconds, saving time, reducing the chances of misinformation or crossed wires, and freeing your workforce up to focus on getting on with the jobs at hand.
Your digital database makes storing, finding and organising your data simple, efficient and affordable. It also means that you can distribute tasks and delegate workloads to your team, no matter where they – and you – are based, without taking paperwork back and forth – boosting productivity, reducing time wasted between tasks on travelling to and fro with paperwork, and streamlining operations in your entire FM portfolio.
3. Data simplifies decision making
One of the biggest challenges of project management – which is a huge component of facilities management – is being able to prioritise the workload, to decide which jobs need to be done in what order, and who is best placed to carry out the work.
Make this decision making and distribution of work far simpler by processing all of your data into one system, and being able to see all the information you need at a glance, means you can co-ordinate your team, communicate efficiently with the most up-to-date messages with outside vendors, and respond in real time to any changes or last-minute events that impact the work process. Having all the information at hand gives you a broader scope for scheduling, for seeing where more support is needed and where people can be spread more thinly without losing momentum, and when a maintenance issue arises you can react quickly, see where things can be adjusted, and reduce the impact on the overall schedule.
It also reduces the risks of something vital being overlooked when work gets manic and tight time frames or the ever-changing responsibilities of various contractors being involved in the project confuse the sharing of information. E-forms mean you can create digital checklists that anyone necessary can access and update the information, so that nobody is waiting for the paperwork to be processed because it’s all updated live across the system as and when the data is inputted.
All of this means that your work is more efficiently managed – and we can tailor the specific details of the e-forms to your needs, and priced according to your budget. Call today on on 0203 411 1795 or visit https://www.mobiess.com/ to request a demo of our systems, and let us start your path to collecting smart data.

Take a look at the apps, systems and technologies you are using in the workplace. Every task has a form to fill, a system to input and data to process – and all of these pieces of information need to speak to each other and be collated – which can be exhausting…and expensive. Do you know how much your organisation are paying for all this tech?

Technology has changed our lives in a great many ways – from how we access our entertainment, search for answers, keep in touch with our friends and families, book holidays and even do our shopping. It’s also opened up a wealth of systems and information processing which have simplified and streamlined the world of facilities management – which is where we want to look at more closely; specifically – the high costs some companies are charging for these technologies, and how we could give you flexible, affordable solutions that are tailored to your needs.
A lot of the apps and systems on the market weren’t specifically designed with facilities management in mind – but they were made cumbersome enough that, with a squint of the eye and a bit of fiddling, they could be used in an FM environment – if you ticked the right boxes.
This adoption of hosted software, apps, servers and – at times – whole IT platforms, usually with a name like SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, DaaS, MaaS – all of which sound like sheep with the hiccups! All of these advances, brought in to simplify processing and the data that FM requires to be managed on a daily basis, mean that everyone who works in facilities management has been working with at least one system – and it’s common to see rental, rather than ownership, which protects the FM organisation and their investment as technologies continue to develop and evolve.
Initially these were embraced on the basis of monthly payments and scalability of pricing and capability; however, many organisations are now finding that they are locked into long minimum term contracts – and that those value-based pricing models that secured the deal don’t align with their needs.
We believe that Mobile Application Software companies need to align their pricing to what their customers need – to ask what they want, and deliver that at a price that’s practical, with no hidden extras, no complicated contracts. That’s why our SAAS pricing is modelled on giving you exactly what you need at a price that matches your budget.
For those not in the know, SAAS means software as a service – and it’s a model that you’ll have come across before; but we do it better. We don’t tell you what you need, and make you shape your workload to our product; we ask what you need, and make it happen.
True software as a service is a powerful way to get the data you need at your fingertips – and actually get value from processing that data. More than box ticking for compliance, the data is a powerful commodity which can improve your facilities management systems, simplify the day to day processes your team carry out, improve timescales for information sharing, and save money on wasted time and inefficient workloads.
SAAS underpins everything we do at Mobiess; this is available in a range of pricing models, and you can choose the option which best suits your business needs. Options include:
Pay As You Go: which is exactly what you’d think it is; if you don’t use it, you don’t pay for it. This can underpin all of our pricing models, and is how we start every conversation with new clients.
Short Term Contracts: Many companies are project based – meaning there are peaks and troughs in their workflow, and so a long-term financial commitment can cause issues, with cash flow and staff commitments to manage. You spoke, and we listened; all of our pricing models can be underpinned with a monthly rolling contract and, when you combine this with the Pay as Go Model, companies can really start to reduce their SAAS pricing.
Tiered Pricing: When you understand what functionality you do and don’t need, and have a specific number of users, we can produce customised pricing specific to your needs.
Alternative Pricing: Pricing based on designing a specific, tailored product is becoming popular where the usage and benefits of a system can be closely linked to something important and central to the business processes it is being used for. This specific product may be the number of assets collected, the number of work orders processed or number stock items audited, the ‘thing’ in question is not important; what is important is that it helps companies to align the cost per transaction, to assess the value of the product to their organisation – and see the value of their investment.
If you want to hear more about how we can provide tailored, value-based pricing and make your organisation a smart data company with our products, get in touch.
Call now to see how we can help mobilise your field staff and  processes, and drive smart data into your business  using our highly configurable e-forms and auditing platforms ; call today on 0203 411 1795 or contact us to request a demo of our systems, and let us start your path to collecting smart data.

Obviously, in modern business, we all have access to computers, and have used them in our work – or know that the work we do is recorded somewhere, by someone, on computers. The systems record our working hours, the tasks we complete, the customers and contact information we need to maintain, and anything recorded on paper is, eventually, referenced in or linked to digitised data.

Facilities management is no exception – and most of the scheduling and recording of information relevant to our work is inputted in digital systems – but there are still a great many places where information is being processed on paper, work is distributed on paper, inspections are completed with a clipboard and a pen, and the information is collated in a central office. This can be cumbersome, slow and, the more hands which touch data before it is stored, the more opportunities there are for mistakes to be made, errors to slip into the system, and some areas are overlooked, ink smudges, pens run out, paper gets damaged or lost, and information doesn’t get stored or shared as quickly or with as much detail as it ought to be.
Most organisations now use a combination of core business applications and spreadsheets to run their processes and organise business functions. Spreadsheets fulfil an important role in these – allowing even non-technical staff to bridge the gap between applications and process, to allow the organisation to function efficiently.
However; a great many facilities management teams still have field staff collecting critical business data with a combined approach of pen and paper, with clipboards of information sheets that need to be filled, filed and submitted to the office – and some excel sheets on tablets to digitise aspects of the data.
Whilst these steps towards digitisation have moved things forward, and simplified some processes, it actually makes things more complex. There are gaps in the data and knowledge being shared, and it actually isolates data more than sharing it across the board, as the information is being stored locally, and not always explored by the wider team.
Obviously – as designers of mobile solutions – we are pro-tech, and will sing the praises of e-forms and digital systems; we often hear “I can collect the information more quickly on paper” – and if collecting information was all that you wanted to do, that would be fine…but what use is isolated data? We don’t collect information simply to pop it away in a box – it’s stored and processed to share and retain information, to streamline work processes, to update maintenance work and compliance inspections, and to schedule and delegate tasks to the appropriate teams.
Collecting this information on paper means that it sits in the cab of a van, or in a car’s back seat, until the team member visits the office, where it is handed to someone at a desk. This person will then input the data into an excel spreadsheet so that there is a digital, sharable copy of the information. This then needs to be imported to a database, with countless validations necessary – and much of the data can end up being rejected.
Compare this labourious process to an organisation using an e-form solution; all of those validations and rules can be plugged into the digital platform, and every tablet and mobile device being used to access and populate the forms are primed in advance, to prevent information being rejected; the person inputting the data is promoted to provide the correct information there and then.
This ensures that all the data being collected is high quality and relevant – and then present the data in a clear and informative way, comparable to previous periods, other sites, upcoming schedules and timetables for ongoing works.
This usable data isn’t simply filed away, and collecting it is far more than a box-ticking exercise; data is a first class citizen, and can revolutionise your processes if it’s handled well.
Smart data is useful to the whole team, immediately updating newly inputted data so that anyone who has access to the system can see real-time updates, respond in the moment, and streamline the processes and information sharing which are so vital in facilities management.
Picture meeting with your client to discuss the agreed KPIs; their scoring, comments, requests and actions are inputted to the tablet through the meeting, and the data is collated immediately to present a branded report of that meeting directly to the client, before you’ve even left the room. All non-conformities are raised as help desk tasks in your CAFM system, and everyone is up to date on where the project stands, what needs to be done, and who is taking ownership of each task. This is smart data, and smart companies, at work.
Call our team today to see how we can help automate your processes, and drive smart data into your business  using our highly configurable e-forms and auditing platforms ; call today on 0203 411 1795 or visit https://www.mobiess.com/ to request a demo of our systems, and let us start your path to collecting smart data.

Facilities management means managing huge workloads – and collating data from a variety of sources for systems, planning and compliance, as well as the day to day processing required to maintain sites and manage employee workloads and working hours.
For many who work in facilities management, this vast and changeable workload relies on the management and contributions of both mobile and site-based teams to collect data and deliver services remotely – and most who work in this area are already familiar with mobile work order applications. Often, however, this means moving from one programme to another, and inputting information in multiple formats to ensure that it’s accessible to every key team member.

This is where the e-form platform from the team at Mobiess can simplify and streamline your workload, and offer you the advantages of bespoke e-forms, tailored to the specific information you need to collect and collate – and with at-a-touch reporting to pull key data from the data collected.
Real-time data organisation is vital for facilities management, and the e-form system we have designed allows your business to configure data collection apps which precisely map your unique business processes, allowing all of your employees to contribute to your mobile strategy, utilising the smartphone and tablet stock your team are already using.
Any process which has traditionally been carried out on paper, a time consuming task which then requires data entry so that the information can be assessed and tracked, can be adapted to the mobile e-form platform – allowing quicker response times, to-the-minute reporting and information sharing across your FM portfolio, and enabling the data to be collected, collated and assessed in real time.
This allows you to drive your business forward, streamline processes and reporting, and meet your compliance needs with less man-hours – and sharing information allows the team to measure their performance and ensure that there are no gaps in data.
Sometimes, the best way to truly understand what you can achieve is by looking at what your competitors are already doing; here are some of the common uses and benefits mobile forms are being used for in the facilities management industry today:

  • Increase compliance and proactively manage risk
  • Increase efficiency through improved field productivity
  • Increase efficiency and reduce administration costs
  • Improve customer service and subcontractor relationships
  • Improve scalability and integration
  • Improve reliability and data security
  • Improve speed and ease of data collection
  • Improve business intelligence and enable better decision making in real time
  • Reduce administration costs and eliminate unnecessary paperwork
  • Reduce operating costs by up to 15%
  • Reduce time to invoice and improve payment turnaround
  • Consumption billing avoids overpaying for unused licences
  • No capital investment – rapid ROI – low initial acquisition costs
  • Maximise existing system investments
  • Gain real-time data visibility
  • Integrate with existing CAFM and IWMS systems
  • Rapid deployment
  • No maintenance releases or patches to install
  • Reduced need for dedicated internal IT resources
  • Reduced time to see benefits

Areas where the e-form platform truly come into its own, for any facilities management environment, are:

  • Gas Certificates
  • Gas Tightness and Pressure Test
  • Ry Riser Inspections
  • DSE Workstation Assessments
  • Fire Risk Assessments
  • Fire Door Audits
  • Legionella Audits

Fire and Alarm Systems

  • Fire Extinguisher Checks
  • Panic Alarm Checks
  • Sprinkler Tests


  • Site Safety Audits
  • Leak Detection
  • Heath and Safety Audits
  • Safe System of Work Inspections
  • ASDA Automatic Door Inspections

Time and Expenses

  • Day Work Sheets
  • Expense Forms
  • Point of Work Risk Assessments
  • Non-Productive Time and Training Activities


  • Infrastructure Check Lists
  • Security Door Check Lists

As you can see – the areas where e-form platform can revolutionise your working processes are vast and varied – get in touch today to learn more about how we can help you transition to a smart data company.
Get in touch to see how we can help automate your processes and drive smart data into your business using our highly configurable e-forms and auditing platforms. Call today on 0203 411 1795 or contact us to request a demo of our systems, and let us start your path to collecting smart data.

When your organisation maintains a catalogue of products, for internal use or to sell to customers, it’s important to maintain a proper and up-to-date record of products. How many you’ve ordered, how many you’ve used or sold, what’s still in the stockroom, and many other factors which need to be considered.

You can’t run an effective business and manage your costs, compliance and storage facilities without keeping an accurate record of that stock.
Stocktaking can be a huge job – or it can be as simple as scanning a barcode and letting a mobile app manage the counting process.  You might not have a robotic warehouse which sorts, stores and processes your stock, but you can still make maintaining your records far simpler than the clipboard and data-entry systems of yesteryear.
For a low monthly cost with no upfront fees and a simple rolling subscription, you can streamline your stock counts. One database can hold counts for various stores, vans and facilities to help simplify the collation and access of stock audits. This enables simpler identification of what stock is needed where and reduces the man hours necessary for implementing these processes.
In times gone by, stocktaking meant large teams of employees pulling an all-nighter to count and sort products. Followed by even longer hours manually processing the results with data entry to submit final counts to management.  All of this was affected by human error, input mistakes, expensive overtime and complicated, arduous tasks.  An entire process brought dread into the hearts and minds of the workforce.
Our systems take all that dread away – freeing your workforce up to focus on the tasks that matter. Audit your stock levels with a simple system that’s easy to understand, and even easier to utilise. Reduce your costs and limit the risks of human error, no matter how big or small your organisation.
Call today on 0203 411 1795 or use our online contact form to get in touch. Ask for more information, a quote or a demo – and let us take the stress out of your stock control.