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The Original Auditing Tool

Servicetrac began life with FM Workshop and was later a product of Innovise, who also acquired Expolink and Ausped. All of these businesses were renowned for their software that helped organisations maintain the standards required or simply expected.

Born out of demanding clinical and tightly regulated environments, Servicetrac has unparalleled pedigree and longevity, which is possibly why so many service providers and healthcare providers know they can rely on it every day.
 

Anti-Tamper Design

Servicetrac's audit functionality provides an accurate assessment of service delivery and records compliance with the standards you are required to keep contractually, statutorily or procedurally.

Anti-tamper by design, clients have confidence that audit results are always legitimate; protected against infringement, error and fraud. Servicetrac removes all the risk and fragility connected with mobile form solutions, spreadsheets or worse still, paper-based auditing processes.

Availability

We are all familiar with mobile phone signal black spots and drop outs. They are frustrating when you hit them and that's only when you need a signal for pleasure. They crash apps, lose data and create all kinds of issues. In the course of your professional life the impact and inconvenience can be more material and you need to use solutions that can safeguard you against these issues.

Having started as an 'App' in the nineties, Servicetrac has evolved to cope with the early mobile devices and more specifically, early mobile phone networks. Servicetrac has been designed to circumnavigate the challenges patchy signal and data blackspots create, enabling you to work with peace of mind that data won't be lost and apps are secure.

Allowing you to work uninterrupted, irrespective of signal availability, you can continue to audit and inspect performance, conditions or whatever it is you are using Servicetrac for. Once signal returns, Servicetrac will seamlessly reconnect when it can.

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