8 Lies You've Been Telling Yourself About Paperwork

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Mar 15, 2018 9:33:00 AM

We get it, you’re used to using paper. And you probably think it’s not actually causing that much of a problem for your business. We hate to break it to you, but it’s all been a lie.

These are the lies you've been telling yourself and why they just aren't true.

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Topics: Mobile Forms, Going Paperless

6 Steps for Reducing Paperwork in the Energy Industry

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Mar 13, 2018 9:30:00 AM


Risk and regulatory compliance are ever-present concerns for the energy industry. That is why there is so much paperwork to get through to satisfy management and regulators.

But who likes doing paperwork? Few people do. Reducing, eliminating and streamlining paperwork for energy workers is essential to improve productivity and efficiency.

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Topics: Energy & Utilities

Construction Forms: Which Should You Digitize First?

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Mar 7, 2018 9:34:00 AM

In 2015, McKinsey & Company identified construction as one of the least digitized industries. Sadly, not much has changed since then. However, a few companies are looking for digitization opportunities. Digitization may be daunting — where exactly should you start? The answer is simple: focus on transforming your paper forms into digital assets.

Why focus on forms? Forms, checklists and related documents are the workhorses of business administration. Nearly every important process and workflow — whether it is safety, planning or project management — has forms that are critical to getting work done. Given how much you use forms at work, isn’t it worth finding ways to make them more efficient?

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Topics: Mobile Forms, Construction

7 Oil Industry Predictions That Will Shape 2018

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Mar 1, 2018 11:32:19 AM

To help you identify new threats and opportunities in the oil industry, here are our oil industry 2018 predictions. Consider how your business can grow from leveraging these trends in the year ahead.

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Topics: Energy & Utilities

How To Conduct Annual Reviews At Your Construction Company

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Feb 22, 2018 9:45:00 AM

Annual reviews are a tried and true management tool that helps everyone understand their performance or where there is room for improvement. These guidelines will show you how to design an annual review process for your construction company.

Once you have considered all of the questions and points you want to cover in your annual reviews, we recommend using digital construction forms to keep that information accessible and stored digitally without needing to be entered manually. This will make it easier to look back on previous years' data. Choosing the right construction form builder will help to keep the process organized.

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Topics: Construction