Should You Use Paper Forms or Digital Forms?

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Dec 6, 2017 9:43:00 AM

A Very Short History of Paper Forms

Two hundred years ago, paper forms were the cutting edge in office productivity. It might be hard to imagine, so let’s paint the picture. At that time, if you wanted a copy of a document, there were few options. You could ask a printer to set type and print copies. Or you could ask a clerk to handwrite the material.

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Topics: Mobile Forms, Going Paperless

Baker Pool Eliminates Paperwork with Mobile Forms

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Dec 1, 2017 10:59:13 AM

Baker Pool provides new pool installations and pool maintenance services for the mid-West. The company understood the value of switching to paperless processes and having digital operations for their pool maintenance visits, so they set the goal to go completely paperless for their service technicians.

With Device Magic's mobile forms solution, Baker Pool was able to achieve its paperless goal and optimize their pool maintenance processes.

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Topics: Mobile Forms, Going Paperless

How To Create A Better Preventive Maintenance Checklist

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Nov 20, 2017 11:00:00 AM

A checklist is a proven way to increase quality and make sure that work is completed thoroughly. But what exactly is worth including on your preventive maintenance checklist?

We’ll guide you through the process of writing a simple, money-saving checklist for your staff.

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Topics: Facilities Management, Going Paperless, Telecommunications

10 Key Benefits of Going Paperless with Mobile Forms

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Oct 26, 2017 2:15:52 PM

Paper is slowing your business down and costing you money. Switching to a mobile forms and data collection software can lead to greater business growth, employee productivity and retention, as well as improving the bottom line.

But how much is paper actually costing you? Industry research firm Gartner, Inc., estimates that as much as 3% of a company’s revenue is spent on paper, printing, filing and the costs to store and maintain files of information. In addition, the average office worker uses 10,000 sheets of paper a year.

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Topics: Mobile Forms, Going Paperless

How to Use Mobile Forms

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Sep 8, 2017 1:35:00 PM

Paper is slowing your business down and wasting money. When paperwork is completed on a site away from the office, it needs to find it's way back so that it can be processed and the data used. Office employees need to wait for this information before they can take the next step to complete a job report, invoice a customer, or give a manager an update on a project.

Processes take longer to complete when data isn't available in real-time. Mobile forms provide a solution.

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Topics: Mobile Forms, Going Paperless