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App instead of clipboard: Inspection processes from the cloud

From forklift trucks to refrigerated shelves: Companies are required by law to regularly inspect tools and equipment. For many, this can be a laborious task, as they often still work with checklists and inspection reports on paper. The As-a service solution "Cloud of Things: Goods Compliance" from Deutsche Telekom shows how things can be made much easier: Companies can provide objects with QR codes or sensors, digitally check them, maintain them and store them with operating instructions. The results are documented and evaluated online in the dashboard. As soon as a value is no longer within the normal range, the system sounds the alarm. With the help of digital documentation, companies always have an eye on their legal inspection obligations. Finally, the inspection no longer creates folders full of paper, but instead the results can be evaluated digitally.

Your benefits with Goods Compliance in overview

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Transparent traceability
The Goods Compliance app allows companies to document inspection processes more quickly and easily. Manual processes are history, which saves on personnel and materials. Companies also bear less risk because they can trace goods transparently and in real time.

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Easily follow guidelines or work instructions
Compliance with regular statutory inspection requirements or regular duties is digitally documented. Companies can monitor critical processes, view them in real time, and quickly and easily document compliance with all policies and regulations.

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No need for paper 
Inspection processes carried out manually by paper are time-consuming and inefficient. With an easy-to-use app and our QR codes serving as checkpoints, companies can save time and money by eliminating the need for analogue documentation. All data is stored online and can be accessed anywhere, any time via the dashboard.

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The data is secure
The data is stored in Deutsche Telekom’s highly secure, multiple-certified German data centers and is subject to the strict requirements of the Federal Data Protection Act.

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