5 Ways Mobile Forms Can Help During Natural Disasters

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Jun 18, 2018 11:31:53 AM

When a natural disaster like a hurricane or tornado hits in your area, the recovery process can be extensive. Between downed trees and utility poles, flooded roads and a loss of power, it's a challenge to get business operations back to normal.

Not only do you need to worry about a recovery plan after a natural disaster, but also protecting your data in the event your office is damaged. The last thing you need is records and paperwork being destroyed by water or fire.

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Topics: Mobile Forms

How to Automate Workflows & Send Pre-Populated Forms with Dispatch

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Jun 7, 2018 10:50:00 AM

Dispatch is a feature that allows you to send a form with pre-populated data, such as a job location or other key details, to a team member's device, or or set up a workflow that will transfer previously captured data to be used in a new submission and can be delivered to several Destinations.

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Topics: Mobile Forms

Key Differences Between Mobile Forms and Mobile Apps

Posted by Jess McWeeney on May 30, 2018 9:06:00 AM

It’s easy to find an app for everything you could ever want or need to do, and apps are helpful tools for modern businesses and employees.

By using mobile apps, employees on the go or working outside of the office can access email, crucial software and work files without needing to find a desktop computer. Productivity is improved when work can happen at any time and isn’t limited to a physical workspace. There’s no need for, “I’ll take care of it when I get back to the office.”

Because of this, many companies are employing a mobility strategy to equip employees with mobile devices and technology, while also using digital systems to improve their workflows.

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Topics: Mobile Forms, Mobile Technology

3 Strategies to Optimize Your Construction Training

Posted by Jess McWeeney on May 22, 2018 9:25:00 AM

What is your construction training program designed to achieve? Some companies focus on meeting minimum standards for safety. Other companies like HDR and Fluor — firms that recently built or repaired hundreds of bridges in Oregon — are known for their investments in bringing new people into the skilled trades.

With all the different possibilities, how can you get the best results from your training investment?

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Topics: Construction

How to Use Digital Forms to Collect Better Data in the Energy Industry

Posted by Jess McWeeney on May 16, 2018 9:02:00 AM

“We did not know about the problem.”

As a manager in the energy industry, you want to avoid saying that to your peers and the public. When you are unaware of problems and issues in your organization, you may appear incompetent to the public and your peers. Ouch! How do you avoid the embarrassment of being surprised by problems like electrical failures or broken pumps?

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Topics: Energy & Utilities