GPS Tracking

Trust but verify

  • Bird’s eye view. Color-coded GPS mapping provides a bird’s eye view of your inspection data. Pins are dropped at all the buildings or locations you’ve visited during an inspection.
  • GPS validates your data points. Maps are used to guarantee the validity of an inspector’s work. Use GPS location data to verify the accuracy of a completed inspection.
  • Maintain control over your inspection progress. Know the areas your inspectors have visited during audits and analyze the time spent at each location.
  • Tool for training your inspectors. Use your location data as a training aid. GPS data provides valuable feedback relating to your inspection methodology.

FEATURES

Handheld Inspection Device

Eliminate the paper trail and use smart phones or tablets to perform fast and easy quality audits.

Customized Reports

Quality reports are designed to be easily read, shared, and understood.

Streamlined Communications

Communicate with your customers, managers and staff with notes, tickets, and automated reports.

Add & Share Photos

Take photographs of quality deficiencies, safety concerns, maintenance needs, or a job well done.

Cleaning Dashboard

Customize your quality dashboard to analyze and share what matters to you.

Smart Tickets

Create, schedule and manage your recurring projects and work orders.

GPS Tracking

Maps are used to guarantee the validity of an inspector’s work. Use GPS location data to verify the accuracy of a completed inspection.

Inspector Dashboards

Receive custom reports that are important to you – We’ll push them to your device.