Companies are moving towards a digital platform to prevent, track and report incidents. Don’t let the effects of theft and damaged products diminish your business’ potential. We embodied the concept into a concrete and customized tablet application.
The app was developed for iPads supporting iOS 11 and later using Azure Active Directory. This AD is used for user management, authorization, and authentication. Based on user groups in AD, it is possible to divide the users according to the necessary functionalities of each user and thus it sets the different user rights in the application. The solution runs on a Microsoft SQL database by taking product information from the client systems as well as storing information. This is processed by the backend we create, as the application communicates with the backend using the Microsoft app service (API). As well, if the device is offline, the incident remains stored in the local database that will be synchronized with the Azure database once the device is re-connected to the internet again.
This iPad application provides users with the ability to login and creates/view/edit incident reports. The previous method required LP users to manually enter the goods involved in the incident into an online form. However, with this application users are able to scan items by their UPC codes using the iPad’s camera and add them to the incident report. In addition to scanning, users are able to attach images, videos, and documents to the reports while creating or editing them. The application also incorporates users roles which define the actions of what the users can perform on the application.
Control your account
Create and modify them
Attach photos, videos and PDFs
In a centralised location
Increased employee’s efficiency
Saving up to 60% of your employees’ time compared with paper-based solution.
Thanks to detail data analysing by business intelligence tool, managers can receive organized and statistical reports from the system. It greatly helps with optimising strategy and decision-making.
Reports have significantly higher accuracy compared to error-prone paper solution.