This Risk management app was developed to help insurance inspectors to go on site to check that all the safety measures are in place and to prevent potential hazards that may exist in a given location. To this end our software connects to the insurance database to extract and report all the data that the inspector collects on site with the app replacing the old prone to error system that was based on manually collecting the information on paper and then feeding the database by hand through a computer. The application also provides the inspector with a dashboard to see all the inspections done and to prepare for the next ones.
One interesting feature in this app is the ability to work in offline mode, because sometimes the inspections are done on sites without connectivity. This allows the inspectors to do they work seamlessly with a tablet on each inspection and the application manages internally all the possible conflicts when the tablet goes online again.
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