For the service sector industry it is essential to efficiently design and organize the internal and external value creation chain because the services being an "immaterial product" present the core performance.
Thus it is important in the global (outsourcing) competition to raise the necessary efficiency potentials without large-scale advance investments. So it is all the more surprising that especially when carrying out in-situ assignments often productivity potentials in the seven figure range are not being realized. E.g. records of customer service, technical services or audits/inspections are often registered by hand and then transferred manually into the IT systems.
The key to lowering costs are digital checklists such as New Solutions Checkware which allow a revision-safe collection without media disruptions and which then serve as a direct basis for the invoicing "at the push of a button".
Automation of business processes by intelligent forms and individual evaluation options.
Checkware - Digital Checklist Manager is the software solution for all kinds of inspections, quality assurance and audits. In many fields examinations are carried out nowadays by means of standardized forms and checklists.
Checkware replaces paper forms and ball-pens. The data are collected via stationary PCs or via mobile devices (e.g. Tablet PCs) on site and then synchronized with the server or workstation computers.
With Checkware you can prepare forms and checklists in a very simple way and apply them throughout the company in a homogenous manner. The software allows the realization of your own designs and layout standards and provides for a homogenous checklist management.
An authorization system makes it possible to allow individual users access only to parts of the system. The staff member practically sees only the forms and checklists which are relevant for his activity.
Checkware Digital Checklist Manager supports users during the capture by means of an input check
All data are available immediately after their collection. The evaluation can be made independent of site and location.