Spreadsheets

For many teams and companies, spreadsheets are a go-to tool. They can be used to complete several important tasks such as collating and streamlining information, organising plans, tracking completed work, and balancing the books. As well as this, they play an essential role in many businesses, bridging the gap between paper-based and automated processes in a way that can easily be adopted by non-technical staff.

In recent decades, technology has transformed the way in which we live and work, simplifying tasks and making it easier to access information. In particular, it has had a huge impact on the field service industry, allowing for the digitalisation of many previously paper-based processes like forms, checklists, inspections and work orders. Thanks to the adoption of mobile apps, field service management has never been more straightforward.

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Today, it’s impossible to even imagine the business world without technology. Things like the internet, video calling, and project management apps make our lives a great deal easier, simplifying tasks and facilitating communication. Companies across the world are adopting emerging technologies to gain a competitive advantage and streamline their processes.

Mobiess’ a leading provider of Asset Management software applications, are pleased to announce our Partnership with Connaught Services for Asset Management software  across the GCC. Connaught will be leading the expansion of Mobiess into the GCC countries acting as  our reseller for our award-winning Asset Inspector product.

Fire Door Safety Campaign

The Fire Door Safety Week campaign raises awareness for not only the importance of fitting fire safety doors, but of maintaining their integrity – and including them in regular inspections and safety audits, to prevent the risks of fire spreading in your properties.

Fire Door Safety Week blog

The Fire Door Safety Week campaign raises awareness for not only the importance of fitting fire safety doors, but of maintaining their integrity – and including them in regular inspections and safety audits, to prevent the risks of fire spreading in your properties.