FORM
Focus on People: Q&A with Form.com’s VP of Sales
 
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Consumer Goods
How to Build Better Food and Beverage Forms in 5 Steps
Food and beverage production is one of the most highly regulated industries in the world. In the United States, the USDA FSIS enforces regulations on meat and poultry, and the FDA handles everything else. These two federal agencies dominate the world of food and beverage production. But, if you’re in the industry, you already know […]
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Natural Resources
4 Ways Offline Mobile Forms Make Oil & Gas Inspections Easier
As a leader in your oil and gas organization, you already know that the data pipeline is second only to the oil pipeline. Rigorous and consistent inspections are necessary to prevent accidents, ensure efficiency, and provide a clear picture of field operations. Yet, many oil and gas companies struggle with how to collect this vital […]
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Consumer Goods
5 Steps to Modernize Food and Beverage Production Audits in 2020
As a leader in your food production or processing organization, you know that keeping up with industry standards requires an enormous amount of technical expertise and organizational prowess.  Maintaining a competitive edge means not only producing a safe product but also providing food with excellent quality, cost per unit, and environmental impact. Unlike your peers […]
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Daily Operations
The 3 Features Your Field Operations Solution is Missing
If you deploy teams into the field every day, you know it’s tough to keep everyone on the same page. Your company spends a sizable amount of time and resources aggregating, analyzing, and organizing the data your field teams collect. However, when each team has their own idea of how tasks should be performed, you […]
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Safety
5 Steps to Keep Up With EHS Compliance in 2020
Do you feel like there’s an endless stream of regulatory requests, approvals, and inspection forms poured on your desk each day? Every year, new regulations create fresh challenges for your organization, forcing you to re-evaluate your EHS strategy. Every time ISO, OSHA, or the FDA update their regulatory language, you seek out new consultants, certifications, […]
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Compliance
5 Benefits of Digitizing Supply Chain Audits
Your company probably ships products in and out regularly. You have suppliers you rely on, and your customers similarly depend on you. One of your top priorities is probably to ensure that shipments in and out of your facilities are up to spec. If you want to be sure that the goods you send and […]
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Compliance
How a Mobile Solution Initiates Action in Your Supply Chain
Upgrading to a mobile application is a game-changer, but it’s only the beginning of your company’s transformation. A mobile application is just one part of a much larger solution, which provides deeper, end-to-end connectivity. Solutions give you enterprise-scale tools like robust integrations, automated workflows, and powerful data visualizations. Each of these tools helps you initiate […]
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FORM
Focus on People: Q&A with Form.com’s VP of Product
 
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Facilities Management
The Top 5 Facilities Management Mistakes (and How to Fix Them)
As a facilities manager, your big-picture goal is to keep things running smoothly. However,  that’s a lot easier said than done. Some days, it’s likely that you spend more time putting out figurative fires than integrating the buildings, people, and processes under your care.
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Safety
Improving Manufacturing Safety Inspections in 4 Easy Steps
As a leader in your manufacturing company, you must comply with regulations and ensure the safety of your workers. However, it’s virtually impossible to make smart decisions without a clear understanding of safety conditions at each factory. To make matters worse, many manufacturing supervisors allow incidents to slip below the radar either due to under-reporting […]
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Retail
How to Beat the Retail Decline with Optimized Auditing Workflows
We’ve previously written about how the “Retail Apocalypse” is overblown in the media, but the recent numbers are hard to ignore. Even if what’s been dubbed “the end of retail as we know it” isn’t as bad as they say it is, retail performance is in decline. The number of US store closings in 2019 […]
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