What is commonplace in the collaboration technology space has been rapidly advancing in the past decade as smart phones, virtual meetings, and project management software become standard in office life. Whereas in the 1990s you may have been paging coworkers out of the office, sending faxes, and leaving voice mails, now you can contact and interact with team members instantly via automatic meeting data, smart rooms, and virtual reality (yes, really).
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Device Magic is so much more than a mobile forms app. There are tons of features a little deeper in the dashboard that a lot of users may not know about, which can quickly enhance your paperless workflow! Check out 6 of the most commonly missed features and how to set them up so you can quickly start using them:
1.Create Groups for Mobile Forms and Devices
Creating Groups for your sales team or your home office team, as well as your technicians or field team can help you manage who sees what in their mobile forms app.
Learn more about setting up your Groups and how to manage them more effectively for your team here.
Let’s face it. Technology is here to make our lives easier. So why not embrace it and take full advantage of what it has to offer? If you work in the construction industry, you’ve no doubt seen smartphones, tablets, mobile apps, and software solutions make their way onto the job site. At times, it may seem like these things get in the way of doing your job. Things have been running perfectly fine over the years; why fix what isn’t broken?
For just about every industry, the use of a mobile device while on the job is commonplace. In fact, not using a device for work would almost seem odd.
For many organizations, however, mobile devices in the workplace poses a tricky question; who provides the device?
There are two easy answers.
- "Bring Your Own Device"
- "Here's Your Own Device"
"Bring Your Own Device" or BYOD provides plenty of pros. It also presents several tricky situations for employers. Here's a breakdown of the pros and cons of implementing a BYOD policy in your organization.
Submit data electronically in real-time from the field to the office. Collect data without an Internet connection. Free you from the tethers of paperwork and its antiquated processes. There are plenty of ways to describe what a mobile forms software solution can do for an organization. But you know what's easier than describing something? Showing.