Despite what many people think, the data collection process is not an end in itself. This is a very common misconception. Data collection is, on the contrary, the first of a thorough set of steps that involves the analysis, interpretation, and comparison of all of the collected information. In this blog, we will guide you through every one of these steps. By the time you finish reading, you will be a professional data analyst.
Our mobile devices come with us everywhere. We use them to chat with people, take pictures, and scroll through social media. What if we said you can also use them as a working tool? These devices have the potential to help us get through our day-to-day tasks. They can boost your productivity and increase your efficiency. Interested in turning your mobile device into a working tool? Read on to find out how to make the most out of them!
Going digital might be a frightening change for many people. Transforming your paper-based culture into a digital one might flood your mind with questions and hesitations. Is it really necessary? Are mobile forms safe? Where is information stored? We understand the digitalisation process can be challenging. However, sticking to a paper-based working system is not the best long-term decision. In this blog, we’d like to share with you 3 [...]
Data is a key component of every business. It allows organisations to measure, control, and improve. However, collecting information is not always that simple. In this blog, we share with you 5 simple ways in which you can ease the data collection process in your company.
Inspecting buildings is not an easy job. There’s a huge responsibility that comes with it and lots of things to pay attention to. It requires focusing on a large number of details on a limited timeline. Some of the most common inspections are electrical inspections, fire inspections, and gas inspections. However, the most popular, and complete one, is building inspections. To perform a building inspection properly, there are some [...]
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