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Everyone has different needs when it comes to fully automating and controlling their audit processes. We have varied subscription plan levels to fit any requirement you have. We’ve outlined what you get with each subscription below to help you decide which one is right for you.Read this post
There’s something new and exciting happening within the app. For all users, we now have a Training Centre complete with video tutorials in SafetyCulture iAuditor.Read this post
It’s one of our oldest and most beloved features – the Address Field. The Address Field uses your geolocation function in your phone to pinpoint your exact location. This allows you to keep accurate records of your audit locations, even if you’re not in cellular range.Read this post
Hospitality is seeing drastic changes in the market thanks to companies like Airbnb developing the sharing economy. Hotel brand managers are turning to guest services to differentiate their hotels. Incorporate these questions in audits to deliver a high quality experience for every guest every time.Read this post
iAuditor 4.3.2 for Android is now available with the following changes: What has improved? You can now set up drawing items with images for annotating within the Template Editor Fixed a crash that some people were having when attempting to export to Drop Box Fixed an issue affecting the image picker Various bug fixes and stability …Read this post
Ensuring that each step of your supply chain adheres to the same compliance standards that your own facility adheres to saves money in potential fines and violations, but also helps organizations tighten up the supply chain and provide the highest quality goods to consumers. Especially in today’s global market, it is getting increasingly harder to …Read this post
Over the last few years, the task of managing construction projects has rapidly evolved with the introduction of new technologies like BIM, laser scanning, drones, virtual blueprints, and more. Construction companies are not only trying to keep up with the latest tools but are also faced with a skilled worker shortage still lingering from the recession. Delivering projects to clients on-time and in budget with a leaner staff and new technology poses a challenge for construction companies seeking to run smooth and safe projects.Read this post