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Everyone have heard government leaders talking about cutting costs. This is a budgetary policy that is happening in every EU country. Now in times of global health, social and economic crisis, these conversations are taking place more often than ever. Making cuts in the budgets seems like a shortcut to getting numbers in order. But shortcuts are not everything. A long-term cost optimisation policy is the smarter way to go for a variety of reasons.

Related: How digital safety inspection program can reduce the cost of inspections?

Shortcut plan vs long-term strategy?

The use of outdated systems in the public sector has led to reduction of the work load and challenged the efficiency of areas like regulatory enforcement in the peak of the covid-19 in Europe. More specifically the inspection management part of the regulatory agencies was challenged when strict social distance measures applied. This affected the citizens and the efficiency of the workforce, operating on the inspection management part.

Read now: A guide for finding the best inspection management software online

As a result there are a lot of conversation about cutting costs in government agencies now. However, optimizing costs is the direction for government agencies that are using outdated systems to run their processes.

“Government leaders often fall into “salami-slicing” budget cuts across the board. “Government leaders’ approach is to make incremental cuts to budgets areas across the board, rather than taking a more strategic cost optimization approach. These cuts can be particularly damaging to IT, derailing digital projects and ignoring the positive impact that budget spent on IT can have in reducing costs elsewhere in the organization.” says Cathleen E. Blanton, research vice president at Gartner.

Digital Transformation Drives Efficiency and Cost Optimisation

With the events that happened in 2020, government CIOs must evaluate whether the government agencies can deliver their services to the public with the current work model. After this assessment is made, the CIO must research alternative models of work. We’re living in the age of cloud technologies, so if we talk about transforming an overlooked field like inspection services, the cloud alternative must be on the top of the list.

Related: All you need to know about cloud adoption in government agencies

By researching cloud alternatives, CIOs must focus on the values of the cloud, but also to make sure that the new work models won’t be a challenge for the workforce. The values may vary. For example in the inspection management part the value may be about optimizing costs for travel of inspectors, in the case management part it may be about optimizing the processing time. The values vary at the different levels of government organizations. The good news is that with a good plan, CIOs may have an overview of the expected outcomes before buying a cloud software for inspections or for somethings else.

Related: Why is it a good idea to test a cloud software with PoC (proof of concept)?

Plan smart, implement cloud smarter

Adopting cloud for government agencies is not a simple task. It must be planned carefully and at different stages. If we look at the wholesome of processes behind regulatory enforcement, we will see room for different software solutions – inspection scheduling, inspection management, compliance management, case management, self-service portals and other e-government solutions. If the cloud implementation is planned to cover different solutions at different stage, then it will be one smart plan that will not only implement cloud, but will also do it in progressive way. It means that at every stage the workforce will be more mature to extract the values that are promised by the cloud.

Related: How route optimisation reduces costs in regulatory agencies?

The strategic approach of cost optimisation requires long term planning skills. This approach starts with formulating clear strategy and then implementing it.

Related: How to formulate cloud adoption strategy?

How to choose the right cloud service supplier?

There are hundreds of options on the SaaS market of cloud solutions for e-governments. However, when choosing a cloud service supplier, CIOs must look for something more than that. They need to identify a supplier, who is willing to be a partner and contribute to the planning of the most optimal cloud adoption plan.

Do you need help for cloud integration of inspection software and case management platforms for government agencies? Or you just want to start with gathering data via self-service portals and plan the further cloud adoption for other public services?

Contact us now.
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Like it or not the new normal is here. And it splits the world by two – the ones that adapted to it and the ones that didn’t. A lot of researches are suggesting that the new normal is here to stay. In other words it’s digital transformation time for the ones who are not there yet.

When we look at the regulatory compliance picture, we will see that government agencies are little bit behind in terms of digital transformation that would allow them to adapt their work if a second covid-19 wave strikes. They know their problem, they know they need to adapt their inspection process to the new reality, but do they know how to set up their priorities right?

Related: What’s the New Normal For Regulatory Compliance?

This new situation is complicated everywhere. So of course it’s not the easiest thing on Earth to set up new priorities during coronavirus times, because priorities can change quickly as well. Based on insights gathered by our Canalix customers, we decided to describe 5 priorities that regulators should set in their plan for transforming the inspection model.

1. Focus on security

It’s pretty obvious that when it comes to digitally transforming the inspection work of government agencies, security must be a top priority. So if you wonder how to move inspections from manual handling to automation, then your answer is cloud technology.

Related: Cloud Inspection Platforms – The Solution For Regulators After The Pandemic?

2. Control the costs

Different inspection software tools have different prices. However, when searching for good inspection services, you should be alert if the software you’re eyeing offers flexibility in the prices of its services. It means that the best solution for you in terms of cost management would be a solution that can meet your needs on an appropriate level of cost. Government agencies don’t have to pay for inspection software that is designed to the highest level upfront.

This is why your focus should be on cloud inspections. Cloud solutions are usually more flexible in their range of services than tailor-made on-premise software solutions.

Related: Tailor-Made On-Premise Software vs. Cloud-Based SaaS Solutions

3. Have a plan for remote working

The people who had to change their work model for one night, know what we’re talking about here. Recently we read an article that people who watch post-apocalyptic movies were better prepared for the covid-19 outbreak than the others. We can apply the same logic to organization who have experience with remote working models – the organization that already have an experience with remote working (even if it’s just once monthly) were supposedly  more prepared than the others.

4. Think about the customers

Who are the customers of governments? The citizens. How can citizens connect with regulators when government agencies are working remotely? Via self service portals.

Related: Why Self-Service Portals Matter For Inspection Management

5. Don’t wait

The global situation is still fragile and unpredictable. It is a responsibility of the governments to be prepared to serve their citizens in all case scenarios. Digital transformation doesn’t happen overnight. But starting today means that you have a plan. And having a plan means to have a key to solving the problems of the current environment. Are you ready to not wait with your plan anymore? Start with our guide for finding the best inspection software.

inspection management platform canalix

The ongoing world health crisis raised many questions about which sectors of the economy are essential and which are non-essential. It made people reevaluate the importance of some industries over others. As a result governments finally started addressing the need of digital transformation in overlooked areas such as inspections.

Inspection management is taking a significant percentage of the annual spend of government agencies. At the same time it’s a process that is crucial to keeping the public’s health and safety. That’s why we’re already witnessing a rising demand in inspection management solutions. So here comes the burning question: what problems are being solved with such tools? What are the benefits that inspection management platforms bring to the regulatory agencies?

Related: How Route Optimisation Software Can Reduce the Costs of Inspections?

1. Less Manual Work

The daily inspection management process meets a lot of challenges . These challenges has their own reflection on reducing the efficiency in the regulators’ offices. A good digital transformation solutions can optimise the entire end-to-end inspection process by providing digital infrastructure for its execution. Canalix is adding in the digital mix data automation and AI optimisation as tools for improving efficiency. These technologies ensure more optimised delivery of the regulatory  inspections. In other words it means less manual work and more automated tasks.

Related: Three Business Outcomes That Canalix Brings To The Public Sector.

2. Faster Inspection Execution

The data-driven automation in inspections brings whole pie of benefits on its own. One of these benefits is the speeding up of operations. By using digital infrastructure for inspection planning, scheduling, execution and reporting, everything happens faster. The real-time electronic interaction between different cases and involved parties drives action for seconds. Without using an inspection software, these interactions could take from days to weeks because of the complexity of case management. But with proper inspection software, this time period can be reduced to just a few clicks of the mouse.

Related: What Makes Canalix A Good Case Management Solution?

3. Improved Compliance With New Regulations

Regulations are constantly being updated. Sometimes changes in regulations may cause time-consuming restructuring of the inspection management process. A good digital inspection platform can adopt new compliance rules for seconds and then apply them in the whole work process. The automation is saving hundreds of hours of manual implementation that is always accompanied by human errors.  The use of inspection software can optimise the transition between new regulations and their implementation and basically eliminate the possible mistakes.

Related: How AI Is Changing The Game For Inspection Software?

4. Transparency and Public Trust

A cloud-based regulatory compliance platform can ensure real-time access to inspection reports. This allows a faster delivery of the inspection results to the interested parties. On the one hand it improves transparency, and on the other hand this helps maintaining the public trust. Especially when we talk about government agencies and their work.

Related: Five Reasons Why Regulatory Enforcement Agencies Need Inspection Software

5. Remote Access To Inspection Services

In challenging times of social distance the use of digital platform for inspections has a big role in maintaining this process alive.  It means that regulatory enforcement activity in risky places like social care institutions should be transformed with compliance with the social distance rules. This is where self-inspection and self-service portals can help regulators do their work and be compliant to the the social distance rules of the new normal.

Related: Why Self-Service Matters?

There are many levels in the structure of inspection management process. A good software will support every level of it. Canalix is designed to meet the needs of companies that are focused inspection driven regulatory enforcement If you’re looking for a specific business optimisation solution that addresses the needs of inspection process, contact us now.

comparing business optimisation solutions

Digital transformation is a big step for some businesses. With a variety of business optimisation solutions out there, it’s hard to decide from where to start and what to do. That’s why we wrote this guide for taking the first steps towards business transformation.

Comparing business optimisation software solutions is always a good idea for a start.

  1. Make a list of the demands of your organisation.
  2. After knowing what the demands are, make an initial google search.
  3. Make sure that you are looking for specific solution that will answer to the specific needs of your enterprise.
  4. Shortlist 10 possible business optimization platforms.
  5. What’s next is to compare each one of the possible solutions.

Let’s dive a little bit deeper into comparing business optimization platforms. There are couple of factors to which you must pay close attention.

1. How easy for use is the platform

In order to realize the benefits of business optimization, the product itself must have good usability. At most basic it means that the platform must provide intuitive interface. When someone starts using the optimization platform, the navigation through its functionalities must happen by intuition. If you’re testing different platforms, then you should definitely pay close attention to how easy is the navigation for the users.

2. The price of the otpimisation platform

Some solutions like general business optimization platforms cost less than solutions that are more industry specific. This is a basic economical principal. The price is a serious factor to consider, but it must be considered in context. A general business optimization solution or broad targeted crm platform will definitely have lower price to offer. But what really matter is: can a general solution can answer to the needs of a specific industry like the inspection driven enforcement? The answer is clear and you should always keep it in mind when comparing the price between general bpm platform or specific inspection software. Having this context in mind will guide you into making the better business decision.

Read our article about the differences between specific inspection software solutions and general business optimisation solution.

3. Customer support

It’s important to have good customer support. Make sure that the inspection platform you’ll use have an adequate support policy. You would know the answer of this question in the testing phase of the product. But for the purpose of your initial research it will be good to have a list with your enterprise’s requirements for customer support.

Contact us if you need to know more about testing Canalix as a business optimization solution for inspections.

top smart cities

Canalix is a product that is inspired by a vision for a future with smart cities and better quality of life. This vision has been capturing the human imagination for decades. There are as many different visions about it, as there are people. But we can still outline one common definition that answers to the question “What is a smart city?”:

“Smart city” is a vision that integrates technology and ideas for better, faster and more effective management of city’s assets with the purpose of improving the life of the citizens. A smart city uses data-driven automation and AI optimization to drive digital transformation. It is the key point for realizing the promise for better life.

As a business optimization platform Canalix delivers the kind of transformational efficiency improvements that the top smart cities in the world have already adopted in one way or another. If we have to draw a line that connects the top smart cities in the world, then it will all come to data. It means that if there is available data, then there is a base on which digital transformation can start its way. This is so because the transformation we talk about depends only on facts, not on politics.

Which are the top five smart cities in the world?

This article will introduce you to the top five smart cities in the world for 2019. We selected the cities based on the IESE Cities in Motion index. It is an initiative that connects global network of experts in cities, specialists in private companies and local governments from around the world. The platform’s mission is to promote the Cities in Motion index with an innovative approach to city governance. It also aims to promote new urban model for the 21st century based on factors and values that are at the heart of Canalix’s values: transformational efficiency, sustainability, public trust and connected territory.

The ranking index includes hundred cities. But the top 5 is always the most interesting. Since the HQ of Canalix is located in the city that ranks at number 5,  we are very excited to begin with it.

  1. Reykjavik

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Reykjavik is a small city but with high ranking in the Cities in Motion index. There are solid reasons for this good position. What this city does extremely right is in the dimensions of environment. 99% of the electricity production and 80% of the total energy production in Reykjavik come from hydroelectric and geothermal energy. In other words it means that the buildings in this city are naturally green. When we talk about winners in the environmental dimension of the smart cities, Reykjavik is definitely one of them.

Side note: the environmental appeal is important in times of climate change. That’s why one of the promises of Canalix is the reduction of carbon footprint. Our users data shows that the product can optimize the inspection regime of public and private organisation by reducing the total travelled distance by up to 40%.  Read more about the benefits of Canalix here.

  1. Paris

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Paris ranks 4th in the index for 2019. The French capital claims its position mainly because of its international outreach, mobility and transportation. One of the remarkable characteristics of Paris is that its development is led by the idea for open innovation. This gives to citizens and interested parties access and control to the city’s data flows. It’s a confirmation that in a world where the access to data is the first step towards digital transformation, the winners win by approaching open policies about it.

  1. Amsterdam

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Amsterdam is a city that combines technology, energy efficiency and rich culture. It’s no wonder that the city ranks so high in the index. It was no surprise to learn that 90% of the households in Amsterdam have bicycles. On the other hand this is directly connected with the city’s advanced system of automated services for the public use of shared bicycles. By 2025 the Dutch capital will be Europe’s first zero-emissions city.

  1. New York

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New York is the world’s most important economic center. It’s no surprise that the Big Apple takes the second highest position in the ranking. It can be said a lot about NYC’s human hapital, urban planning, technology, international outreach, mobility and transportation. No one will be surprised to learn that the city ranks good on all of those dimensions, given its booming economy. The only dimension in which New York lacks is the social coherence. Which is also no surprise no anyone.

  1. London

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London tops the ranking, because the city scores remarkably good on all dimensions analyzed by the index. The British capital ranks first for human capital and international outreach. It is also recognised for the factors mobility and transportation, international outreach, economy, governance, technology and urban planning.

In London there are more start-up companies than almost any other city in the world. The city also has an open data platform (London Datastore) that is used by more than 50,000 individuals, companies, researchers and developers every month.

We started this article with the definition of smart city and what’s the common between the top smart cities in the world. It’s the data. And now you probably wonder what’s the common between Canalix and the vision for smart cities? Thanks to a data-drive automation and AI optimization Canalix delivers transformation efficiency improvements to regulatory bodies. The product’s specific focus on inspection driven enforcement turns it into a regulatory management software that can add-up to the smart city plan your organisaton is following.

If you’re looking for a digital transformation solution that is compatible with your smart city vision, contact us here.

Smart cities rank good in the index because they provide service automation. If you want to learn more about the digital transformation solution with which regulatory bodies can automate their services, read our article about industry specific inspection platforms.

Inspection scheduling and business optimisation software

In our previous article we compared industry-specific inspection software solutions vs all-purpose solutions. There we mentioned the four functionality pillars that optimize the inspection regime of public organizations. They are:

  • case management
  • inspection scheduling
  • inspection execution
  • self-service portals

Now we’ll pay attention to one specific pillar – inspection scheduling. Keep reading if you want to learn the exact ways in which this functionality could be improved via business optimisation platform.

Inspection Scheduling Improvements

Inspections play a crucial role for many public sector organizations to ensure safety, compliance and effective operation. If we have to define what a good solution for inspection optimisation is, then it will be something like:

A good solution for inspection optimization includes optimization of the four functionality pillars – inspection scheduling, inspection execution, case management and self-service.

Since Canalix is a product that prides itself by supporting the optimisation of every part of the inspection regime, we have a lot to tell about the different way through which this is achieved. Let’s start with three main points, dedicated to the improvements of inspection scheduling:

1. Technology improvements and time optimisation

Here’s a “secret” – time is priceless. That’s why every optimization starts and ends with saving time. Inspection scheduling is not an isolated action. It is a group of operations that are taking big pie of the inspector’s time. That’s why Canalix is a solution based on data-driven automation and AI otpimisation technology. This technology transforms the inspection scheduling into a digital and more streamlined process that saves time.

2. Intelligible UX

Technology is not the only way through which inspection optimisation is achieved. Have you ever heard of scandic shic? This is the UX philosophy that the interface of Canalix is based on. With other words – minimalistic and comprehensible. This means that the user friendliness of the inspection scheduling software allows inspectors to work intuitively with it. On the other hand this also means: without having to read long FAQs and manuals.

The UX optimization is both – a competitive feature and a process-based optimisation. So when it comes to comparing two different solutions for business optimization, make sure that you had tested the usability of the product and felt comfortable with it as a user. Because user friendliness is the only way to realize the benefits that the product promises.

Do you want to test the user experience of scheduling inspections with Canalix? Contact us through this form.

3. Reducing of costs

What’s the reducing of time without reducing of costs? The consumer data of Canalix shows that direct improvements in inspection scheduling like time management and usability have their indirect impact on costs. The benefit goes not only to the work process on organizational and individual level. But also to the community itself. Especially when we talk about the public sector. Read more about the benefits of using inspection optimisation platform.

The inspection scheduling optimisation is just a part of a larger digital transformation movement that both the private sector and public organisations are part of. This transformation includes the other pillars of the inspection regime as well. Read here why self-service portals are more important than ever for the inspection driven regulatory enforcement. 

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It’s a global trend that both customers and organisation are preferring the self-service as a way to interact. The presence of covid-19 in our lives with rules for social distance is expected to make this trend even more growing. Different industries are in different stages of adopting digital transformation. For organisations that are at their very beginning of digital transformation, self-service is a good starting point. Here’s why.

We’ve already discussed how inspection software platforms provide the public organisations with more optimal ways for inspecting. Self-service portals play crucial part in this process. In the current times of social distancing rules, this functionality is more relevant than ever.

Organisations that offer self-service are more compatible with social distance rules

A good example can be given with social institutions. They have strict state regulation. Nevertheless they must keep strict social distancing rules as well. The both set of rules must be kept, but in the traditional sense they may contradict each other. This is where self-service portal can make the mutual existence of those rules possible. Long story short: the self-service portals are letting service providers to register and do their risk profiling digitally. Thanks to this digital solution the inspection industry can work efficiently even in times of social distancing.

Another reason for public organisations to adopt self-service for their customers is that it is one of the best first steps for starting digital transformation. Self-service portals usually provide costumers with the opportunity to do a relatively simple process by themselves. The simplicity of this process allows its automation to happen more stress-free for inspecting organisations and their customers. This is why it’s a very good first step in business optimisation before going into more complex level of digital transformation.

Are you interested to know more about digital transformation in public sector? Contact us from here.

Read also what digital transformation solution is more suitable for public organisations enforcing regulations?

Inspection software platform Canalix

The inspection optimisation is crucial for public organisations responsible for enforcement regulations. The improvement of this process brings benefits not only to the regulators, but also to the community. We’ve already mentioned what kind of values are brought by the use of inspection software. Now let’s have a look at our detailed list of 5 reasons why an inspection platform can make a difference.

Inspectors are spending big part of their time to search, organize and process data to do their job. The inspection software is doing big difference by automating these operations. The manual process of collecting data, communicating with different entities, sharing data, making decisions, documenting changes in the regulations and applying them can be done in entirely different way. Basically this process is now having its digital face lift thanks to the inspection management software platforms.

Benefits of using inspection platform

Here are 5 benefits of why public organisations enforcing regulations need to use inspection software:

• Up to 75% of submissions can be processed automatically and up to 60% reduction in process time
• Up to 50% reduction in inspection report writing time
• Up to 40% reduction in total travelled distance
• Planning of inspectors reduced from days to seconds
• No wasted time by wrongly skilled inspectors send on-site

1. Reduced process time

One of the advantages of using inspection optimisation software is the reduction in process time. For example Canalix is a platform that optimises the work process for inspectors by applying data driven automaton. Based on our consumers data this means up to 75% of submissions can be processed automatically. On the other hand this equals up to 60% reduction in process time.

2. Reduced inspection report writing time

When inspection is executed, a report must be published. The use of software that documents every process in the routine of inspectors, makes possible the creation of auto generated reports. This is another benefit brought by the data driven automation. Make sure that the inspection software you’re using can generate reports automatically. According to consumers data, Canalix’s inspection platform reduces up to 50% the inspection report writing time.

3. Reduction in total travelled distance

It’s a big challenge to create the optimal inspection plan. With good automation and AI algorithms the inspection program can easy map the most optimal route. The factors that are considered for mapping this route are inspectors’ skill set, availability and other requirements and constraints. Based on our consumer data, the  inspection optimisation with Canalix can reduce up to 40% the total travelled distance of inspectors. This benefit is making an impact not only for inspectors and the public sector, but also for the local community and the planet.

Related: How Route Optimisation Can Reduce The Cost of Regulatory Inspections?

4. The time for planning of inspectors is reduced

A good inspection platform will reduce the planning time for inspectors. This has a direct impact on individual’s productivity. It also optimises the use of their expensive time.

5. No wrongly skilled inspectors are send on site

Another aspect of optimising time in the inspection programs is the benefit of no wrongly skilled inspectors send on site. The skill set of inspectors may vary and that’s why Canalix uses sophisticated AI algorithms to allocate inspectors with the right skill set to the right place. When there is wrongly skilled inspectors send on site, there is also stress. A good inspection software can basically eliminate this stress.

When we walk about benefits, we can go on and on.  If you’re interested to know more about how your organisation can benefit from using a platform like Canalix, get in touch through the Contacts us page.

Canalix Inspection software

How do you know what inspection optimisation software your organisation needs? If we separate all of the available platforms for regulatory inspection automation, we will get to two general types of software: industry specific and all-purpose software.

The industry-specific business optimisation software is created for the needs of specific industries. For example Canalix is designed to optimise the inspection regime of public sector organisations. The product itself support entire end-to-end process of registration of service providers or entities underlying a regulation, planning, scheduling and performing of inspections, ongoing enforcement and management of complaints. It is a specific solution that answers to specific needs.

On the other hand, the all-purpose platforms provide their clients with general options for business optimisation. For some companies optimisation means to automate their work processes, for other companies it means to personalize their marketing. This kind of general solutions are designed for businesses that have broad target.

Why we need an industry specific inspection software?

Every product that offers efficiency solutions promises list of benefits to the potential clients. But if we want to experience the effect of these benefits, we need to be able to assess how much the product is suitable for our industry. For example if we want to optimise the inspection regime of regulatory bodies, we need to think not only of inspection execution, but also of other functionality pillars like inspection scheduling, case management and self-service.

A private B2C company with broad target of users may not need all of these functionalities. But public organisation that enforces regulation will need every bit of functionality hat involves these four pillars.

The comparing between industry specific solutions and all-purpose platforms could go on and on. In summary it will always come down to this: specific needs require specific software. The challenge is to identify these needs and to translate them into relevant requirements. Once you have clear picture of what the regulatory enforcement of your organisation requires, you would be able to make informed decision about what’s the best inspection software solution for your needs.

You can start informing yourself on the subject right away. Read more about what’s at the heart of inspection opitmization software.

regulatory compliance inspection software canalix

It’s no secret that technology is changing businesses through optimisation everyday. Regulatory enforcement is undergoing its digital change as well. However, when searching for inspection software or any other kind of optimisation software for regulatory enforcement on the internet, chances that you’ll find a universal solution are big. But when we search for specific and targeted platform that is build to serve the purpose of optimisation for regulatory bodies, it gets tricky to find relevant results.

Inspections are one of the most important ways to enforce regulations and to ensure regulatory compliance. The process of inspecting means to examine and assess something. When we talk about regulatory bodies, the inspection management is a serious part of their work. As there are many business optimisation solutions for a variety of businesses, there are business optimisation solutions for regulators as well. The inspection software is such.

BENEFITS OF USING INSPECTION SOFTWARE

When we describe the benefits of using business optimisation software, it usually comes down to the benefit of two entities – the business and the client. But when the optimisation solution involves public agencies that enforce regulations, the benefit is not only for the regulator and the subject of inspections, but also the community. Since public agencies operate with the money of the taxpayers, the constant optimisation of their spending should be priority. One of the ways to achieve this is by using business optimisation platform.

The capacity of benefits for the different inspection tools varies. But based on the consumer data we have in Canalix, we can outline these advantages:

  • up to 75% of submissions can be processed automatically​ and up to 60% reduction in process time​
  • up to 50% reduction in inspection report writing time​
  • up to 40% reduction in total travelled distance​
  • Planning of inspectors reduced from days to seconds​
  • No wasted time by wrongly skilled inspectors send on-site​

Read more: The full list of benefits that inspection management software can offer in 2020

We will explore in depths each side of the benefits for the regulators and the community in our blog. If you want to see for yourself how a regulatory enforcement and inspection optimisation product like Canalix works, contact us now.

Learn more about the differences between industry specific inspection solutions and all-purpose platforms.

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