Using Tabral, Schick has built a time sheet app that is easy for all Schick employees to complete whether in the field or office. They take a minute or two to record the hours they've worked, using job codes and site information from drop down menus. This time sheet data is then delivered to Schick's system via the mobile network.
By using the Tabral platform to build its own smartphone apps, SGS was able to create tools to collect data in the field throughout New Zealand. Now the company's inspectors and engineers can carry out safety assessments on the spot and verify that correct processes have been followed.
The fluidity of the Tabral software solution means that this is just the beginning for Taranaki DHB. There are many more opportunities for them to improve clinical workflows and patient safety. The application of this technology can be utilized in a variety of settings.
Agents were recording entries for sale and buying orders in a scrappy, inefficient way. Bits of paper were being faxed, scanned, and emailed to the office, requiring managers to piece together details of stock numbers and breeds, and then match them to the correct customer account. Relying on this kind of paperwork left the process open to errors.