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WorkMobile updates set to improve mobility in the workforce

  • 15 Jan 2016

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The award winning mobile solutions and data capture service, WorkMobile, has updated its mobile form and data capture app to help businesses further eliminate paperwork and capture information such as data, signatures, videos and photographs onto mobile devices.

reports converted into digital on mobile devicesWorkMobile has added a number of updates to its product to allow companies to easily collect, monitor and share all manner of data on the move, and update back-office systems on the go.

As part of the new app updates, users can now sketch and annotate over photographs they capture on a job and other images, improving internal and external communication channels.

Users can also select as many photographs as they wish from their camera roll to attach to the necessary mobile form at the end of a job.

Real-time updates

WorkMobile has also introduced a useful feature that provides real-time updates when a job changes status. The app now provides live updates when the job gets either accepted or rejected.

Colin Yates, business programmes director at WorkMobile, said: “We’re pleased to be able to launch our updated mobile data capture solution to the market, in order to improve productivity and operational return on investment for any kind of business. By reducing the need for paperwork, the app helps to reduce user errors, prevent damage and loss, and save time and money.

After listening to client feedback we have added a number of new, handy functions to make mobile working even easier. We strive to put our customers first, and by regularly reviewing and improving our solutions, we are able to meet their business needs and requirements.”

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