Regardless of your industry, inspections are likely a critical function for your operations. Whether those inspections relate to actual products, to your fleet, to customer systems or municipal entities, inspections ensure every component of your business operates at its highest level, and that every piece of the puzzle works together in the most efficient way possible.
Working in an office, it can be difficult to understand what exactly your field service team members – like residential building inspectors – need to improve their processes. Because certain tactics have always gotten the job done, it’s easy to move forward doing the same things you’ve always done.
Learn what sets one solution apart from another, and the questions you should be asking to make the right decision.
How does your business work with data in the early stages – during the collection process?
As an insurance inspector, processes matter.
You know the routine: an insurance company gives you a call to inspect a property to search for and identify hazards or other circumstances that could lead to a loss or other potentially expensive repair or situation.
As an insurance inspector, your top priority is likely providing accurate, helpful information to your clients regarding the condition of their properties, in a timely manner.